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Middle School Social Studies Worksheets and Printables

Social studies worksheets allow kids to explore their own culture, and the history and traditions of other peoples and cultures as well. From Native American tribal practices to Egyptian burial rites, with our worksheets your kid will learn about the defining aspects of various world cultures. Once your child better understands the nuances of different cultures, he'll be more likely to respect and appreciate diversity. Whether you're raising a citizen of the world, or simply trying to broaden your child's horizons, check out our middle school social studies worksheets. We're sure you'll find a few that will pique your kid's interest.

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Travel back in time to the age of pharaohs and mummies! Your middle schooler will get a fun, hands-on history lesson with this paper project.
Middle School
Social Studies
Art students can use this worksheet to learn a little more about the renowned artist Frida Kahlo.
Middle School
Social Studies
If you're studying the Civil War, the Burt-Stark Mansion is an important site to know! Read all about the end of the American Civil War with this great sheet.
Middle School
Civics & Government
American history students, learn about a tragic event that occurred between Native Americans and English settlers at Wounded Knee Creek.
Middle School
History
Learn more about Ellis Island, the place where many of our ancestors first set foot on American soil.
Middle School
History
Read about Magellan's treacherous journey with this two-part worksheet!
Middle School
Geography
Study a bit of history about the American Revolutionary War with this information page about Washington's famous crossing of the Delaware River.
Middle School
Civics & Government
Get educated about the treatment of Native Americans during the creation of the United States. Read about the Trail of Tears, an important landmark.
Middle School
Civics & Government
If any one thing were to sum up America, it's the Statue of Liberty.
Middle School
History
Give your middle school student some geography practice finding latitude and longitude of cities in Minnesota with this fun, quiz-style worksheet.
Middle School
Geography
Give your middle school student some geography practice finding latitude and longitude of cities in Kentucky with this fun, quiz-style worksheet.
Middle School
Geography
Learn more about the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, often simply called 'The Wall,' with this interesting printable.
Middle School
Civics & Government
Test your student's knowledge of famous people in U.S. history with a quick quiz. He'll need to match up each notable person with his/her accomplishments.
Middle School
History
Meet a few of America's most inspirational female figures with this history sheet. Your student will match up each woman with her accomplishment.
Middle School
History

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