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Test your kid's knowledge of history and challenge him to think sequentially with this fourth grade history worksheet.
This worksheet will challenge your fourth grader's knowledge of U.S. history, by asking him to match the president with the correct biographical clue.
Five facts and five presidents to match, make a quick trip in time to learn U.S. history and a presidential time line!
Your fifth grader can see how well he knows the ten amendments by matching the amendments with their descriptions. He'll have all ten memorized in no time!
The National Archives in Washington, D.C. isn't just Library of Congress' kid brother, it's a symbol of U.S. democracy.
Learn some basic facts and figures about The Great Lakes, an important geographical feature.
Test your fifth grader's geography savvy by challenging him to this printable name the state guessing game.
Many cities around the world are known by landmarks created for World's Fair exhibitions. Is your city one of them?
Your child will use his geometry skills to find the surface area of each box, and the one with the most surface area wins!
Hey where did you get those rad kicks? Get your stylish sleuths ready to investigate and research with this fun worksheet and activity!
Get your fifth grader to polish his writing chops with this write-it-yourself comic.
The words indicated on this worksheet may sound and look the same, but they are "homonyms," meaning that they have different meanings. Double trouble!
Early in the American Revolution, the Patriots captured Fort Ticonderoga. Your young historian will learn the importance of this fort in this worksheet.
The Philadelphia Campaign was a year of battles with the Americans at Valley Forge. Students will hone reading skills and learn about the American Revolution.
Learn some interesting history about some of the oldest, and longest, roads in the U.S.! Your child will learn about a famous trade route to Mexico.
What happens when you have a foolish friend? Introduce your stellar reader to the Panchatantra stories, animal fables with a moral lesson.
Sink your teeth into this fun reading and writing activity, and learn all about vampires! Your child will read some history behind these Halloween villains.
Get ready for a ghostly reading activity! Here's a Halloween sheet that will teach your child all about ghosts and the history behind these spooks.
Unwrap the history behind a spooky Halloween favorite: mummies! With this reading worksheet, your child will learn all about mummies.
Reinforce known and new words with your child using this vocabulary worksheet. Learn words like "recitation," "incorporate," and more.
We've brewed up a powerful potion this Halloween to help hone reading and writing skills! Learn all about witches with a fun info sheet.
If your child needs help understanding big ideas and concepts, have her tackle this helpful reading comprehension worksheet.
Words like "antagonist" and "transient" are confusing for adults and kids. Fifth graders will learn these words and more in this vocabulary worksheet.
This worksheet will help your child understand what similes are, and she'll even get to use her imagination to write some of her own!
Young readers will enjoy this passage from Jack London's "All Gold Canyon." They'll complete some vocabulary and reading comprehension exercises too.
Build your fifth grader's vocabulary and spelling skills with this worksheet. Kids learn definitions and synonyms for vocabulary words like garbled and quell.
Fifth graders read the paragraph about sharks then use reading comprehension skills to write the main idea and their own concluding sentence.
What's the big idea? Find out with this reading comprehension worksheet about the moon.