Middle School Civics & Government Worksheets and Printables

Help your kid become a more informed citizen with our middle school civics and government worksheets. If your kid is curious about how the U.S. government works, our printables feature everything from diagrams on the system of check and balances to reading comprehension worksheets featuring topics such as the Supreme Court and the Pentagon. In addition, our civics and government worksheets for middle schoolers help kids understand how history has shaped how the U.S. government functions in the present day. Check out these political printables that encourage civic awareness and engagement.
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Burt-Stark Mansion Burt-Stark Mansion If you're studying the Civil War, the Burt-Stark Mansion is an important NRHP site to know!
Washington Crossing the Delaware Washington Crossing the Delaware Study a bit of history about the American Revolutionary War with this information page about Washington's famous crossing of the Delaware River.
Presidential Timeline Presidential Timeline Five fun facts and five presidents to match - make a quick trip in time to learn history and a presidential time line!
Trail of Tears Trail of Tears Get educated about the treatment of Native Americans during the creation of the United States.
History of Slavery Vocabulary Match-Up History of Slavery Vocabulary Match-Up Test your child's knowledge of the history of slavery in the United States.
Checks and Balances System Checks and Balances System Help your student learn the government principle of checks and balances with this fun worksheet.
Gettysburg National Military Park Gettysburg National Military Park Read about a famous place on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places: the battlefield of Gettysburg, and do an activity with the famous Gettysburg Address.
History of Law History of Law Here's a history quiz that is sure to stump even the most studious civics buff!
How well does your child know our country's past presidents? Here is a challenging series of match-up games, featuring U.S. presidents! Read the long description for each, and try to figure out which description fits which president. If you get stumped, try process of elimination.
U.S. Presidents: Matching Game How well does your child know our country's past presidents?
Civil War Journal Entry Civil War Journal Entry Here is a writing activity to help your child review terms and concepts from the Civil War era.
Civil War Quiz Civil War Quiz Challenge your middle school student with a quiz about the Civil War!
Topaz War Relocation Center Topaz War Relocation Center Read about an important and controversial events that took place on American soil during WWII, at the Topaz War Relocation Center.
U.S. Presidents: Matching Game I U.S. Presidents: Matching Game I How well do you know your country's past presidents?
Civil War Vocabulary Civil War Vocabulary Review vocabulary terms from the Civil War with this matching worksheet!
Civil War Word Scramble Civil War Word Scramble Here is a fun way to practice vocabulary from the Civil War.
Branches of the U.S. Government Branches of the U.S. Government Test your middle schooler's knowledge of our government system with a fill in the blanks diagram.
Help your kid become a more informed citizen with our middle school civics and government worksheets. If your kid is curious about how the U.S. government works, our printables feature everything from diagrams on the system of check and balances to reading comprehension worksheets featuring topics such as the Supreme Court and the Pentagon. In addition, our civics and government worksheets for middle schoolers help kids understand how history has shaped how the U.S. government functions in the present day. Check out these political printables that encourage civic awareness and engagement.