Introduce second and third graders to W.E.B. Du Bois, writer, sociologist, and civil rights advocate, with this nonfiction comprehension worksheet.
Help your child learn more about famous American, Benjamin Franklin.
Edison was one of the most productive inventors, inventing the telephone, the light bulb, and of course, the motion picture.
This civics and government worksheet helps second and third graders learn facts about elections and practice identifying key vocabulary terms.
On this fun social studies worksheet, kids read about some of the things John Adams accomplished, then test their knowledge with a fun unscrambling activity.
In this social studies worksheet, learners will read a short paragraph about elections and then complete a crossword puzzle using vocabulary from the text.
Help your child learn more about Founding Father Alexander Hamilton with this word-scramble worksheet.
If your child loves singing but isn't so hot on studying history, help her get started studying with this worksheet about singer Celia Cruz.