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Social studies worksheets help your child learn about history, geography, and more. Kids who are interested in human society and finding out how people live their lives will enjoy these social studies worksheets. Kids will look at their world through both a small lens, while learning things like what kinds of jobs people have, to looking at the world through a large scope, through things like world history, with these social studies worksheets. Help your child learn about history, geography, holidays, social skills, communities, government, and more with these social studies worksheets. Try these social studies worksheets with your young scholar.

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The Battle of San Jacinto was the decisive battle of the Texas Revolution. Your child will sharpen his reading skills and his knowledge of U.S. history!
History
Third Grade
Your beginning geography student can practice using coordinates to find a city on a map with this intro to latitude and longitude worksheet.
Geography
Second Grade
This longitude and latitude worksheet challenges kids to find the locations of cities on a map. Practice geography with this longitude and latitude worksheet.
Geography
Second Grade
Did you know Hawaii is home to Earth's largest volcano? Your child can find it, along with a few other landmarks and cities in this Hawaii geography sheet.
Geography
Fifth Grade
Your child will learn all about the geography of Delaware by labeling and coloring the map. He'll be challenged to do a bit of research to find each city.
Geography
Fifth Grade
Why do we set off fireworks on the 4th of July? Find out all about the history of fireworks in this history worksheet.
History
Third Grade
Color in this cool scene at the White House, and learn a few White House facts too!
Civics & Government
Second Grade
Encourage your little one to express herself with this fun-filled collection of worksheets, focusing on me, myself and I.
Social Skills
Community & Cultures
Welcome to Louisiana! Sharpen your geography skills with this D.I.Y. map of the state. Label major cities and landmarks like rivers or mountains.
Geography
Fifth Grade
The 50 states will be easier to learn one region at a time. With this worksheet, your child will fill in the names of the South Atlantic states.
Geography
Fifth Grade
Do you know what the large red dot on Japan's flag symbolizes? Find out that and many other fun facts about Japan with a word search.
World Studies
Middle School
Enjoy a patriotic coloring page for you and your child to share! While you color, tell him a bit about the Liberty Bell, a famous U.S. symbol.
National Symbols
Preschool
Little outdoor explorers can get to know the national parks with this map. Can you find the national parks in your state?
Geography
First Grade
Immigrants at Angel Island were often given confusing questions designed to keep them from passing into the USA. Try out some historical questions yourself.
History
Fourth Grade

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