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Middle Colonies
Middle Colonies
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Middle Colonies
Social studies students will write a descriptive paragraph to show their understanding of life in the Middle Colonies and life in colonial America in general.
5th grade
Social studies
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U.S. Presidents: Matching Game VIII
U.S. Presidents: Matching Game VIII
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U.S. Presidents: Matching Game VIII
Give your middle school student a challenge with this great matching game, featuring the U.S. presidents!
Social studies
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Fact and Opinion: Can You Tell the Difference?
Fact and Opinion: Can You Tell the Difference?
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Fact and Opinion: Can You Tell the Difference?
Use this worksheet to help middle school students learn how to tell the difference between historical facts and opinions!
6th grade
Social studies
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The Industrial Revolution: Who Invented That?
The Industrial Revolution: Who Invented That?
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The Industrial Revolution: Who Invented That?
In this middle school history worksheet, students identify which inventor from the word bank is associated with the listed inventions.
6th grade
Social studies
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U.S. Presidents: Matching Game X
U.S. Presidents: Matching Game X
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U.S. Presidents: Matching Game X
Want to get your middle school student savvy on U.S. history? Here is a challenging series of match-up games, featuring U.S. presidents!
Social studies
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Exploring Economic Systems
Exploring Economic Systems
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Exploring Economic Systems
Use this two-page social studies worksheet to introduce middle school students to the four types of economic systems: traditional, market, command, and mixed.
6th grade
Social studies
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Civil War Word Search
Civil War Word Search
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Civil War Word Search
Give your middle school student a fun way to practice key terms from the Civil War. This word search is all about generals who fought in the war.
5th grade
Social studies
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Ancient Middle East Civilizations: Lasting Contributions
Ancient Middle East Civilizations: Lasting Contributions
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Ancient Middle East Civilizations: Lasting Contributions
Explore the many contributions made by the Sumerians, Babylonians, Assyrians, Phoenicians, Hebrews, and Persians in this engaging world history worksheet!
6th grade
Social studies
Worksheet
Age of European Exploration: Name That Explorer
Age of European Exploration: Name That Explorer
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Age of European Exploration: Name That Explorer
Introduce students to the Age of European Exploration with this social studies worksheets for middle grades!
6th grade
Social studies
Worksheet
Greek Gods: Aphrodite
Greek Gods: Aphrodite
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Greek Gods: Aphrodite
Although your child may not study Greek gods formally until high school, give her a starter kit with these coloring pages!
2nd grade
Social studies
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Statue of Liberty History
Statue of Liberty History
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Statue of Liberty History
If any one thing were to sum up America, it's the Statue of Liberty.
Social studies
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The Homestead Act
The Homestead Act
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The Homestead Act
Students studying the finer points of American history can read this worksheet about the influence of The Homstead Act.
Social studies
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The Missouri Compromise
The Missouri Compromise
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The Missouri Compromise
Learn more about the Missouri Compromise, an act that changed America both culturally and geographically.
4th grade
Social studies
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American Colonies: Characteristics of the Three Regions
American Colonies: Characteristics of the Three Regions
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American Colonies: Characteristics of the Three Regions
Students familiarize themselves with the three regions of the American Colonies in the 1700s with this three-page social studies worksheet!
6th grade
Social studies
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Mathew Brady
Mathew Brady
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Mathew Brady
In this sheet, meet the father of photojournalism: Mathew Brady.
Social studies
Worksheet
Ellis Island
Ellis Island
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Ellis Island
Learn more about Ellis Island, the place where many of our ancestors first set foot on American soil.
Social studies
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The Bill of Rights: Summarizing the Amendments
The Bill of Rights: Summarizing the Amendments
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The Bill of Rights: Summarizing the Amendments
Students read the primary-source text of the first 10 amendments and summarize each one using their own words.
6th grade
Social studies
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Italian Renaissance Artists: Who Painted That Masterpiece?
Italian Renaissance Artists: Who Painted That Masterpiece?
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Italian Renaissance Artists: Who Painted That Masterpiece?
Students gain familiarity with some of the great artists from Renaissance Italy in this engaging art-centered social studies worksheet!
6th grade
Social studies
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Amendments Quiz
Amendments Quiz
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Amendments Quiz
Children put their knowledge of the U.S. Constitution to the test with this simple quiz!
4th grade
Social studies
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American Revolutionary War Battles: Graphic Organizer
American Revolutionary War Battles: Graphic Organizer
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American Revolutionary War Battles: Graphic Organizer
Give students practice researching, organizing, and analyzing historical information with this helpful social studies worksheet!
6th grade
Social studies
Worksheet
How to Read a Political Cartoon
How to Read a Political Cartoon
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How to Read a Political Cartoon
Use this handy reference sheet to provide students with a valuable framework for reading and analyzing political cartoons.
6th grade
Social studies
Worksheet
Enlightenment Philosophers: Who Thought What?
Enlightenment Philosophers: Who Thought What?
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Enlightenment Philosophers: Who Thought What?
Learners read descriptions of Enlightenment ideas associated with philosophers in a table and try to match the philosopher and book associated with each statement.
6th grade
Social studies
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American Revolution Timeline: Events Leading to the Boston Massacre
American Revolution Timeline: Events Leading to the Boston Massacre
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American Revolution Timeline: Events Leading to the Boston Massacre
Students review a timeline and answer questions about key historical events that took place from 1763 in lead up to the 1770 Boston Massacre.
6th grade
Social studies
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The Legislative Branch
The Legislative Branch
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The Legislative Branch
6th grade
Social studies
Worksheet
The Protestant Reformation: Martin Luther’s 95 Theses
The Protestant Reformation: Martin Luther’s 95 Theses
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The Protestant Reformation: Martin Luther’s 95 Theses
Introduce young historians to the Protestant Reformation of 16th-century Europe with this engaging social studies worksheet.
6th grade
Social studies
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