Social Studies Worksheets and Printables

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Name All 50 States
Name All 50 States
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Name All 50 States
Here's a mnemonic device to remember all 50 U.S. States. With the map as a cue, first see how many of the United States you can remember.
5th grade
Social studies
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History of Hip Hop Music
History of Hip Hop Music
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History of Hip Hop Music
Celebrate Black History Month by learning about soul music and the history of African-Americans in pop music, all in this Hip-Hop Music worksheet!
4th grade
Fine arts
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A-Z African American Visionaries Poster
A-Z African American Visionaries Poster
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A-Z African American Visionaries Poster
Inspire kids to learn about black changemakers all year by displaying this poster at home or in the classroom.
Preschool
Social studies
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Community Helpers
Community Helpers
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Community Helpers
Quiz your child on just a few of the types of community helpers in this quick matching worksheet.
Preschool
Social studies
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American Revolution: The Philadelphia Campaign
American Revolution: The Philadelphia Campaign
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American Revolution: The Philadelphia Campaign
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.
5th grade
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All About Katherine Johnson Reader
All About Katherine Johnson Reader
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All About Katherine Johnson Reader
Use this printable booklet to introduce children to the inspiring story of Katherine Johnson, a barrier-breaking NASA mathematician, while building their vocabulary and boosting reading and writing skills.
Kindergarten
Social studies
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Name Game: The 13 Original Colonies
Name Game: The 13 Original Colonies
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Name Game: The 13 Original Colonies
Boost your fifth grader's social studies savvy with a lesson on the 13 original colonies.
5th grade
Social studies
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The Statue of Liberty
The Statue of Liberty
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The Statue of Liberty
Lady Liberty is a symbol of freedom and enlightenment for the world! Give her some color, and learn a fun fact about her with this coloring sheet.
1st grade
Social studies
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The Seven Continents
The Seven Continents
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The Seven Continents
In this intro-to-the-Earth worksheet, kids can cut out the seven continents and place them on the globe.
4th grade
Social studies
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Biography
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Biography
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Biography
In this biography worksheet, children are introduced to Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who in 1993 became the second female Justice of the Supreme Court in the United States.
5th grade
Social studies
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America the Beautiful
America the Beautiful
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America the Beautiful
If some of these lyrics sound familiar, that's because America the Beautiful is a famous national song! Learn all of the lyrics with this worksheet.
5th grade
Fine arts
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George Washington Facts
George Washington Facts
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George Washington Facts
Learn about George Washington with this reading comprehension challenge.
2nd grade
Social studies
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3 Types of Resources
3 Types of Resources
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3 Types of Resources
Help your child understand a basic concept of economics with a worksheet on resources! He'll review three types of resources: human, natural and capital.
2nd grade
Social studies
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Directions: North, South, East or West?
Directions: North, South, East or West?
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Directions: North, South, East or West?
Give your beginning geography student some practice finding north, south, east and west on a map of the U.S.!
1st grade
Social studies
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Learn About Your State
Learn About Your State
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Learn About Your State
Invite children to get to know their home state a little better with this series of questions and prompts.
4th grade
Social studies
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Nonfiction Text Features: Martin Luther King, Jr.
Nonfiction Text Features: Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Nonfiction Text Features: Martin Luther King, Jr.
Students learn what text features are, along with examples, then practice identifying and using them to enhance their understanding of nonfiction texts as they learn about Martin Luther King, Jr.
3rd grade
Social studies
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Treasure Map Grid
Treasure Map Grid
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Treasure Map Grid
To be a proper pirate, every child must learn to read a map. With this basic treasure map grid, help your child identify and locate sites!
2nd grade
Social studies
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50 States Quiz
50 States Quiz
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50 States Quiz
Looking for a way to help your child study for his upcoming geography test? This printable 50 states quiz makes a great at-home study guide.
5th grade
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Opinion: The First and Fourth Amendments
Opinion: The First and Fourth Amendments
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Opinion: The First and Fourth Amendments
Prompts invite students to consider the meaning behind each amendment to the U.S. Constitution — and to illustrate them as well.
4th grade
Social studies
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Find Your Way Around a Map
Find Your Way Around a Map
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Find Your Way Around a Map
This simple geography sheet is lots of fun and a great way to introduce your kid to reading maps
2nd grade
Social studies
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History of Jazz
History of Jazz
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History of Jazz
Celebrate Black History Month by learning about the birth of jazz music, and the history of African-Americans in pop music.
4th grade
Fine arts
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USA Flag Coloring Page
USA Flag Coloring Page
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USA Flag Coloring Page
Teach your child about the significance of the U.S. flag's design with this positively patriotic coloring page.
1st grade
Social studies
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American Bald Eagle
American Bald Eagle
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American Bald Eagle
Get your child in a patriotic mood and color this majestic bald eagle, an endangered species and also America's national symbol.
1st grade
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State Capital Word Search
State Capital Word Search
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State Capital Word Search
Ten state capitals are hidden in the letter grid. Can your kid find them all? After he's finished the puzzle, challenge him to locate each capital on a map.
4th grade
Social studies
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Community Helpers
Community Helpers
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Community Helpers
What is a service job? This worksheet helps your students think critically about the different jobs people have and what they do in those jobs.
Kindergarten
Social studies
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Social Studies Worksheets and Printables

The three R’s may receive all the big educational headlines, but that doesn’t mean other subjects aren’t just as important. Take social studies, which enlightens kids about history, geography, music, and so much more. Our collection of social studies worksheets complement classroom learning on topics ranging from how to read a map and how to identify different landforms to the historical significance of Rosa Parks and the American Revolution.

Help Kids Explore the World with Social Studies Worksheets

One of the reasons many students find social studies fascinating is they get to learn about the world around them from perspectives past, present, and future. Furthermore, they begin to discover how to navigate their surroundings and understand how those who came before them helped shape the world in which they live. In other words, through the beauty of social studies, kids begin to appreciate there’s more to life than what exists in their immediate sphere.

Our social studies worksheets help build on that appreciation with an array of informative lessons, intriguing texts, fascinating fact pages, interactive puzzles, and fun trivia games. And because these social studies worksheets are grade-specific, all students have access to age-appropriate material designed to stimulate their brains and bolster their creative-thinking skills. That means first graders can print out a worksheet about senses and feelings, followed by a Harriet Tubman coloring page. Meanwhile, older students can follow up a stats and capitals quiz with a printout that discusses the history of the Underground Railroad or a word find based on civil rights leaders. So many subjects and topics are addressed through our social studies pages that kids will never run out of interesting ways to explore their world.