Fourth Grade History Worksheets and Printables

Many fourth graders find that their interest in history grows as they learn more about the past and start to imagine themselves in historic settings. These fourth grade history worksheets will inspire that kind of thinking. Your fourth grader won't even know she is committing important people, places and dates to memory because she will be swept away in the magic of history. A great companion to these are fourth grade social studies worksheets.
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Native Americans in New York Native Americans in New York Learn all you wanted to know about Native American history in New York, and take a quiz to reinforce the knowledge.
Women in History: Queen Isabella Women in History: Queen Isabella Did you know that Queen Isabella of Spain paid for Columbus' expedition to the New World?
Ancient Alphabets Ancient Alphabets Discover the origins of our written alphabet!
Film Strip Coloring Page Film Strip Coloring Page These fun movie-themed coloring pages feature a cool film strip design.
Help your kid learn a little bit more about this important decade in American history with these worksheets and coloring pages that highlight important people and events.
The 1960s: A Decade Full of Social Change Help your kid learn a little bit more about this important decade in American history with these worksheets and coloring pages that highlight important people and events.
Famous Historical Figures Famous Historical Figures Sort through the odds and ends in this mixed-up lost and found and match them to the famous historical figure they're most associated with.
Learn About Your State Learn About Your State Do you know your state? What is the state bird?
Native American Symbols: Eagle Native American Symbols: Eagle The eagle is not just an important symbol for our country, it used to be an important symbol for the Native Americans as well!
Learn about Native American animal guides, make a dreamcatcher, and more.
Explore Native American Traditions Learn about Native American animal guides, make a dreamcatcher, and more.
Women in History: Dolley Madison Women in History: Dolley Madison First Lady Dolley Madison was credited with saving valuable items when the British burned the White House in 1814.
Elizabeth I of England Elizabeth I of England Queen Elizabeth I gave her name to an era. Your young student can read about Elizabeth's life in this biography worksheet.
Who is Saint Valentine? Who is Saint Valentine? How did Valentine's Day come to be? Well, there's more than one theory!
Native American Patterns: Zuni Native American Patterns: Zuni Teach your child a bit about Native American history and culture with this worksheet on patterns used in Native American art.
Gold Rush Trail Gold Rush Trail Learn about the different routes people could take for the California Gold Rush.
Native American Pottery Design Native American Pottery Design This history sheet is all about Native American art!
Gold Myths Gold Myths During the California Gold Rush, myths about gold ran wild.
Many fourth graders find that their interest in history grows as they learn more about the past and start to imagine themselves in historic settings. These fourth grade history worksheets will inspire that kind of thinking. Your fourth grader won't even know she is committing important people, places and dates to memory because she will be swept away in the magic of history. A great companion to these are fourth grade social studies worksheets.