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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Apollo 11 Apollo 11 Learn about what was arguably the most famous of American space missions, Apollo 11, in this combination social studies and science worksheet.
Plymouth Colony Plymouth Colony Read up on the Pilgrims' original home.
Women in History: Marie Curie Women in History: Marie Curie Marie Curie was a great scientist, and the first woman to be awarded the Nobel Prize.
Hobo Symbols Hobo Symbols Believe it or not, hobos have been a part of our culture since this nation's birth.
Florence Nightingale Biography Florence Nightingale Biography Florence Nightingale revolutionized nursing.
Gutenberg Printing Press Gutenberg Printing Press Did you know that people used to write whole books by hand?
Terracotta Army Terracotta Army If you wanted to protect an underground kingdom, how would you do it?
Women in History: Queen Victoria Women in History: Queen Victoria Queen Victoria ruled the British Empire for 63 important years.
The Louisiana Purchase The Louisiana Purchase Use this worksheet to learn all about how the United States grew with the Louisiana Purchase.
Reading Primary Sources Reading Primary Sources Practice reading primary sources with the help of a celebrity: inventor Thomas Edison!
From slavery through the civil rights movement and beyond, the history of African-Americans has been affected tremendously by these 11 people. Your child can learn valuable lessons about American history with these worksheets ... in February or anytime!
11 People to Celebrate During Black History Month From slavery through the civil rights movement and beyond, the history of African-Americans has been affected tremendously by these 11 people.
Native American Supporters Native American Supporters Read up on some Native American activists and advocates throughout history.
The Battle of Guilford Court House The Battle of Guilford Court House While the Americans lost the Battle of Guilford Court House, the aftermath led to the American victory at Yorktown.
Greensboro Sit-In Greensboro Sit-In Help your child learn about the importance of non-violent protest with this social studies worksheet on the famous Greensboro lunch counter sit-ins.
Play the President's Day Super-Scramble! Play the President's Day Super-Scramble! Presidents are people, too! Get to know all 43 presidents with this fun and challenging word-scramble activity.
Take a road trip without ever leaving your desk! Dive into all kinds of information about 29 major American cities, from coast to coast. This social studies collection presents data and information in fun ways, from word searches to creative coloring activities, all in one little worksheet.
City Facts Worksheets Take a road trip without ever leaving your desk!
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.