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Geography Worksheets and Printables

Geography worksheets teach kids about maps, location, and history. Our collection of geography worksheets are designed to keep kids interested in the subject through games, engaging images, and fun exercises. Kids will learn about Cambodia with paper dolls, journey through Connecticut with fun facts, and learn directions while practicing with a map in these geography worksheets. Use these geography worksheets with your child to travel without ever leaving your house!

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Learn about historical landmarks with this Big Ben coloring page, the nickname for the bell found in one of the clock towers in Westminster Palace in London.
Geography
First Grade
Ready for a fun way to learn the names of the 50 states? Try this printable puzzle -- prettier than a pop quiz, and way more fun than flash cards.
Geography
Fifth Grade
If your child is learning about local resources, try this fun activity that has him turning pictures of edible exports into a food map.
Geography
Second Grade
Learn how sand dunes form, and a little bit about desert formations like yardangs as well, in this science summary sheet.
Geography
Third Grade
Confused about continents? Get better acquainted with all the continents on earth with this word scramble.
Geography
Third Grade
What is a canyon? Get the definition of this remarkable land form. Then hop around the globe for examples of canyons around the world!
Geography
Third Grade
This isn't your usual crossword puzzle. You find the answers by identifying states on the U.S. map.
Geography
Fourth Grade
Learn the basics of topographic maps with this worksheet.
Geography
Fourth Grade
Practice recognizing topographic maps and contour lines with this worksheet.
Geography
Fourth Grade
This word search puzzle is all about Oregon! Learn some fun facts about Oregon, and then find them in the word search.
Geography
Third Grade
By tracing the outline of Mississippi and coloring it in, your child will learn to recognize its shape on the map and its written name.
Geography
First Grade
Can your child name the state in which the famous Gateway Arch is located? Help your 2nd grader learn the U.S. geography with this fun social studies worksheet.
Geography
Second Grade
Get to know your U.S. states front and back with these vintage-style postcards! You'll learn each state's bird, flower and more.
Geography
Fourth Grade
Your child will learn about Hawaii , the fiftieth U.S. state as she traces its eight big islands and colors in the flag.
Geography
First Grade

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