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Middle School Worksheets and Printables

These middle school worksheets help make learning engaging for your 11- to 14-year-old! Worksheets for middle school students introduce and reinforce a variety of grade-appropriate subjects, including anatomy, historical figures, mathematic probability, ecosystems, poetry, and much more. Each beautifully illustrated worksheet features clear lessons and instructions, so middle school students can work independently or with an adult. These middle school worksheets are the perfect supplement to your child's education.

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Here is a fun way to practice vocabulary from the Civil War. Your student will unscramble each term, using the word bank for help.
Middle School
Civics & Government
Does your child need more help with algebra? She'll get a chance to practice some algebraic equations as she solves for x.
Middle School
Algebra & Functions
The Valley of the Kings was the resting place of many pharoahs of Egypt. Check out the simplified map on this worksheet, can you find Tutenkhamun's site?
Middle School
Social Studies
Test your algebra ace with a few algebraic equations. He'll solve each equation and determine if one is greater than, less than or equal to the other!
Middle School
Algebra & Functions
Introduce your middle school student to some basic algebra concepts. He'll work with variables and exponents as he combines like terms.
Middle School
Algebra & Functions
Help your middle schooler learn some graphing basics with an introduction to the coordinate plane and ordered pairs.
Middle School
Geometry
Build some important geometry skills with this fun graphing activity. Your middle schooler will practice plotting points on a graph.
Middle School
Geometry
Help your child practice 'greater than', 'less than' or 'equal to' with mathematical equations. Review the order of operations to solve each problem!
Middle School
Algebra & Functions
Learn some fun facts about the Pentagon, as a part of the U.S. military to its unique architecture which has made the building an icon.
Middle School
Civics & Government
Welcome to the world of the x- and y-axis. Your student will get practice finding points on a coordinate plane.
Middle School
Geometry
Get acquainted with one of ancient Egypt's most well-known pharaohs: King Tut, the youngest pharaoh. Your student can read a few interesting facts about him.
Middle School
Social Studies
Practice graphing ordered pairs by placing their points on a graph using both the negative and positive side of the graph.
Middle School
Geometry
Learn about different number patterns and relationships! Review basic math skills as to figure out the missing number in each sequence.
Middle School
Algebra & Functions
Practice identifying and graphing positive ordered pairs on a grid. This is a good introduction to coordinate planes.
Middle School
Geometry
Paraphrasing is an important writing skill. With this worksheet, your student will learn some history as he practices paraphrasing.
Middle School
Composition

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