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Whether you're looking for ways to teach kids about civic mindedness, environmental studies, or historical people our social studies worksheets have you covered. See more worksheets to find the latest in other topics for your kids.
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Grand Teton National Park Grand Teton National Park Introduce your child to Grand Teton National Park with this beautiful coloring page!
Witchy Halloween Invitations Witchy Halloween Invitations If you're brewing up a haunting Halloween party this year, add in these awesome printable invites to make party planning a bit easier!
S is for Shamrock S is for Shamrock Shamrocks are a symbol of St. Patrick's Day.
History of Pittsburgh History of Pittsburgh Did you know the city of Pittsburgh has more than 400 bridges?
M is for Moon M is for Moon Your preschooler can learn about the Moon Festival with this ABC holidays worksheet!
Color the World: Thailand Color the World: Thailand Set sail for Thailand and learn about a traditional dance form called fawn thai.
T is for Tree T is for Tree Did you know there's a birthday for trees? The Jewish holiday Tu B'Shevat is like one, and plenty of other culture celebrate trees as well.
Make Your Own Flag Make Your Own Flag Fly a flag of freedom, justice, or just plain fun in this immersive Social Studies activity.
Native American Tribes: Ute Native American Tribes: Ute Follow the path of the Ute Native Americans with this worksheet.
Native American Patterns Native American Patterns Learn a little more about the rich culture of the Native Americans with a patterns and symbols worksheet.
Map of Japan Map of Japan Get to know the island of Japan with a fill-in-the-blanks map.
USA Time Zones USA Time Zones We have four different time zones here in America, but do you know how to use them?
Native American Symbols: Lizard Native American Symbols: Lizard The Native Americans had great respect for animals and nature.
Native American Patterns: Zuni Native American Patterns: Zuni Teach your child a bit about Native American history and culture with this worksheet on patterns used in Native American art.
L is for Lantern L is for Lantern Lantern isn't just a lamp or a light; it's a symbol of celebration for many countries on Lantern Day.
What is Ramadan? What is Ramadan? Muslims around the world fast for a month in observation of Ramadan.
Whether you're looking for ways to teach kids about civic mindedness, environmental studies, or historical people our social studies worksheets have you covered. See more worksheets to find the latest in other topics for your kids.

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Education.com social studies worksheets were made for kids to learn about history, geography, holidays, social skills, communities, government, and more. Find a selection of social studies graphic organizers, charts, and informational text on classroom topics, interesting facts, and historical figures. Download and print multiple worksheets to get a well-rounded view of history.