Social Studies Worksheets and Printables

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Celebrate National Receptionists Day
Celebrate National Receptionists Day
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Celebrate National Receptionists Day
Identify National Receptionists Day on a calendar, then create a picture to share with a receptionist you know.
1st grade
Social studies
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Buckeye State
Buckeye State
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Buckeye State
A coloring and activity sheet about Ohio for 1st and 2nd graders, featuring state facts and symbols.
1st 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
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Carambola Coloring Page
Carambola Coloring Page
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Carambola Coloring Page
Learn about some foreign fruits with a fun coloring page! Your little one can learn all about the carambola, or starfruit, as she colors.
1st grade
Social studies
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The Corps of Discovery
The Corps of Discovery
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The Corps of Discovery
What do Lewis and Clark, a Newfoundland dog and 12 dozen pocket mirrors have in common? They were all part of the Corps of Discovery!
Social studies
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Latitude and Longitude: Missouri
Latitude and Longitude: Missouri
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Latitude and Longitude: Missouri
Give your middle school student some geography practice finding latitude and longitude of cities in Missouri with this fun, quiz-style worksheet.
Social studies
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Color a U.S. President: Martin Van Buren
Color a U.S. President: Martin Van Buren
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Color a U.S. President: Martin Van Buren
Learn about past Presidents of the United States this President's Day by coloring them. This coloring page features Martin Van Buren, 8th U.S. President.
Kindergarten
Social studies
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Year of the Dog
Year of the Dog
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Year of the Dog
Here's a fun printable that tells all about the Year of the Dog. Whether you read it or turn it into a placemat or puppet activity, it's sure to entertain.
Kindergarten
Social studies
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Lewis Trading Card
Lewis Trading Card
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Lewis Trading Card
Get to know Meriwether Lewis, more widely known as one half of the Lewis and Clark duo! Read about his life before and after the expedition.
5th grade
Social studies
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Paraphrasing: The Ohlone People
Paraphrasing: The Ohlone People
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Paraphrasing: The Ohlone People
Learning how use written sources—and avoid plagiarism—is important for any young writer. Practice paraphrasing with this passage about the Ohlone.
Social studies
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Mae Jemison Mini Book
Mae Jemison Mini Book
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Mae Jemison Mini Book
Young learners will enjoy tracing, coloring, and assembling this mini book about astronaut and scientist Mae Jemison.
Kindergarten
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Read and Respond: A Civil War Letter
Read and Respond: A Civil War Letter
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Read and Respond: A Civil War Letter
Students read a now famous wartime letter, then respond from the perspective of one of its recipients.
5th grade
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Why Do Citizens Vote?
Why Do Citizens Vote?
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Why Do Citizens Vote?
Students will read about the role of elections in civics and government, answer questions, and complete a short research project.
4th grade
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.