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Social Studies Worksheets

Welcome to the social studies worksheets page! Here you will find worksheets on history and geography including coloring pages, word searches, writing activities, puzzles, and more.

Multi-Grade History Worksheets

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Native American Pottery - Students will learn ways in which Native Americans used pots. They will also improve their fine motor skills and visual perception when they color the pottery and find two pots that are alike.

The Pinta - A Columbus Day read, color, and print worksheet.

Flag Facts for Kids - Students will circle true or false for each statement about the American Flag. This worksheet includes a copy of The Pledge of Allegiance.

Independence Day writing activity - Write a letter to the Loyalists detailing why you believe the colonies should become independent.

Women of the Revolutionary War - Circle the last name of these important women who lived during the Revolutionary War. Select two of the women to write about.

Family Shield - This family history activity encourages students to think about their family history while designing a simple family shield.

You Know the Answer Worksheet 3: 2008 Presidential Candidates - Students will solve addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems to break the secret code and find out who the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates were in 2008. The decoding of the answer fun math and social studies may be difficult to understand for some students. An example is provided at the bottom of the attached answer key should you need to clarify the exercise.

History Puzzles

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Thirteen Colonies Word Search Puzzle - Students in grades 4-6 will find and circle the names of the original thirteen colonies in this word search puzzle.

Montana Ghost Towns - This is an interesting word search and alphabetizing worksheet about ghost towns of Montana.

Colorado Ghost Towns - Find and circle the names of twenty Colorado ghost towns in this puzzle. Alphabetize the towns as a bonus exercise!

Arizona Ghost Towns - Students will have fun finding names such as Total Wreck, Contention, and Vulture in this Arizona ghost town word search puzzle.

President Lincoln - Find and circle the words associated with President Abraham Lincoln.

Community Helpers - Students must read the clues and provide the answer from the list of community helpers in the word box to solve the crossword puzzle.

Community Helpers - Same as above except uses non-gender-specific titles.

Presidents Word Search - This file includes four presidential word search puzzles covering the years 1789-1845, 1845-1885, 1885-1933, and 1933-2005. Each puzzle features a trivia question or activity for students to research.

Women of the Revolutionary War - Circle the last name of these important women who lived during the Revolutionary War. Select two of the women to write about.

Bill of Rights - Build vocabulary while finding the words in this word search puzzle.

Constitutional Crossword Puzzle - This puzzle is great for grades 3-6 when studying American history.

Declaration of Independence - Students will match words with a definition as they build their vocabulary.

Work in Ancient Egypt - Students will find ten occupations or crafts popular in ancient Egypt.

Greek Mythology Word Search Puzzle - Students will find and circle thirteen well-known names from Greek mythology.

American History Worksheets and Coloring Pages

What is Congress - An information and question sheet for primary grades.

You Know the Answer Worksheet 3 Candidates - Solve addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems to find the question on this fun math and social studies worksheet. For grades 4-6.

You Know the Answer Worksheet 2 Candidates - The answer is Barack Obama and John McCain. Solve the mathematical expressions and you will find the question. Social studies and math fun for grades 6-8.

Independence Day writing activity - Write a letter to the Loyalists detailing why you believe the colonies should become independent.

Liberty Bell - This coloring page includes a brief statement about the Liberty Bell.

Flag Facts for Kids - Students will circle true or false for each statement about the American Flag.

History Coloring and Activity Pages

The Pinta - A Columbus Day read, color, and print worksheet.

Churning Butter - This coloring page features a woman using a barrel churn and a young girl using a dash churn. This worksheet includes links to additional web sites about making butter.

Family Shield - This personal/family history activity encourages students to think about such things as what they do well, accomplishments of their family, and color a family shield.

Miscellaneous History Worksheets

Proper Nouns Worksheet 2 - Combine language arts and history with this Constitution worksheet.

People from American History - Match each clue with a name from the word box.

Mythology Mystery - Can you guess who each of these characters from Greek mythology are? Use the self-checking answer box to check your answer.

City and State Worksheets

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Scrambled Cities - Unscramble city names and label them on a map.

Name the States Worksheet 8 - Students will recognize the states of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New York by their shape and write the name and abbreviation for each.

Name the States Worksheet 7 - Do you recognize the shape of Georgia, North Carolina, Maryland, West Virginia, Florida, Delaware, Virginia, and South Carolina on this worksheet?

Name the States Worksheet 6 - Look at the shape of Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Ohio, and Michigan then write the abbreviation for each.

Name the States Worksheet 5 - Label the states of Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Kentucky, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma and write the abbreviation for each.

Name the States Worksheet 4 - Label the states of Maine, Vermont, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. What is the name given to this group of states?

Name the States Worksheet 3 - Can you name the states of California, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii, and Alaska by looking at their shape?

Name the States Worksheet 2 - Includes North Dakota, South Dakota, Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, and Minnesota.

Name the States Worksheet 1 - Label the states of New Mexico, Arizona, Wyoming, Idaho, Utah, Montana, Nevada, and Colorado.

States, Capitals, and Abbreviations - This file includes three review sheets showing each state name, abbreviation, and state capital.

State Names and Abbreviations - Match each state with its capital city and postal abbreviation.

The City I Live In - Students will do simple research to learn more about the city in which they live.

What State Am I? - This is a self-checking worksheet in which the student attempts to identify a state from the clues provided.

What State Am I? - This set of four worksheets provides the student with two clues and they must draw a line to match the clues to the name of each state.

Map Worksheets

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Map Study 1 - Review the U.S. map and answer the multiple choice questions.

Map Skills Worksheet 2 - Using a map and a legend for grades 3-5.

Map Skills - Third and fourth grade students will use the map and legend to answer questions presented on this worksheet.

48 Contiguous States worksheet - This worksheet requires prior knowledge or the use of reference materials to answer the questions posed.

Label the Midwestern States - This is a map labeling activity.

Label the Western States - Students will label the states on a map.

Label the Southern States and Washington, D.C. - Label sixteen states and Washington, D.C. map activity.

Label the Northeastern States - Label nine states map activity.


Geography Puzzles

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Midwestern States - Find and circle the Midwestern states in this word search puzzle.

Northeastern States - Find and circle nine states in this word search puzzle.

Western States - Can you find the names of thirteen states in this puzzle?

Southern States - Circle the names of sixteen states in this puzzle.

State Capitals Word Search - This set includes three word search puzzles in which students will find and circle the state capitals.

Continent Word Search - Find the continents in the puzzle and answer the questions.

Geography Crossword Puzzle - This two page worksheet includes a crossword puzzle and a map to help with the puzzle questions.

Countries of Africa Word Search - Find the sixteen countries hiding in this puzzle.

U.S. Rivers - Find and circle twelve U.S. rivers in the word search puzzle.

National Parks - This puzzle will help students become familiar with the names of our National Parks.

Sixty-eight social studies worksheets.
All worksheets created by T. Smith.
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