Preschool Social Studies Worksheets and Printables

Preschool social studies worksheets help your child get acquainted with life in his community and beyond. Perhaps most importantly, our social studies worksheets are a way for your child to learn about significant cultural events he's celebrated himself, as well as those that might be unfamiliar to him. We even have a few coloring pages that feature illustrations of people from different cultural backgrounds. If you introduce your child to cultural differences early on, he'll be more likely to respect and appreciate diversity. Check out our social studies printables and find a few for your child.
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U is for Uusikaupunki U is for Uusikaupunki Can your preschooler say Uusikaupunki? It's a town in Finland there the Strawberry Festival is held!
A is for Altar A is for Altar Start the holidays A to Z series from the top.
Manners Worksheet Manners Worksheet In this cute worksheet, the youngest among us can learn the basics of being polite and helpful.
V is for Vote V is for Vote In the USA, we call Voting Day "Election Day."
D is for Dragon D is for Dragon Keep moving along through the alphabet as your preschooler learns about different holiday celebrations.
Near and Far Near and Far Build spatial awareness in your youngster, and practice telling what's near and far from your home!
B is for B'nai Mitzvah B is for B'nai Mitzvah Teach your preschooler about the Jewish celebration of growing up, the b'nai mitzvah.
My Address My Address Help your preschooler learn how to write her address with this fun envelope template!
F is for Freedom F is for Freedom Dr. Martin Luther King fought for the civil freedoms of all people during the Civil Rights Movement, and his birthday is a celebration of those freedoms.
W is for Worker W is for Worker International Workers' Day is a celebration for workers of all kinds.
Z is for Zany Z is for Zany There are some zany holidays out there, like Fastnacht Day, a holiday for eating doughnuts.
O is for Olive Branch O is for Olive Branch Your preschooler can learn about the International Day of Peace and a symbol of peace, the olive branch, with this fun worksheet.
My Home My Home Encourage your preschooler to build a great sense of ME with this fun worksheet, all about her home.
Seasons and Holidays Seasons and Holidays Sort out the seasons with a fun match-up activity!
G is for Giving G is for Giving As you go through this holiday alphabet series, you'll notice that giving is common in holiday celebration.
S is for Shamrock S is for Shamrock Shamrocks are a symbol of St. Patrick's Day.
Preschool social studies worksheets help your child get acquainted with life in his community and beyond. Perhaps most importantly, our social studies worksheets are a way for your child to learn about significant cultural events he's celebrated himself, as well as those that might be unfamiliar to him. We even have a few coloring pages that feature illustrations of people from different cultural backgrounds. If you introduce your child to cultural differences early on, he'll be more likely to respect and appreciate diversity. Check out our social studies printables and find a few for your child.