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The big ideas in Fourth Grade Social Studies include the story of the United States in terms of its vast and varied geography, its many waves of immigration beginning with pre-Columbian societies, its continuous diversity, economic energy, and rapid growth. In addition to the specific treatment of milestones in the United States history, students examine the states in the context of the rest of the nation, with an emphasis on the U.S. Constitution and the relationship between state and federal government.
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Learn about Columbus, Magellan, Cortez, and other famous explorers.
Learn landform vocabulary words, such as plain, plateau, mesa, volcano, cliff, isthmus, mountain, and hill.
Learn geography by coloring and labeling these blank maps of the continents and the United States.
Learn about the compass rose, key, and reading a street map, and other basic map skills with these worksheets.
Learn about goods & services, supply & demand, as well as needs & wants.
This page has craft activities and printable worksheets for teaching young students about Native American culture and history.
This page has coloring pages for a variety of notable people, including Neil Armstrong, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Helen Keller, Sally Ride, and many more. Students might use the images to illustrate biographical essay projects. Or simply color them to decorate your classroom bulletin board.
Download blank timeline worksheets and timelines with questions.
Compare and contrast rural, suburban, and urban communities.
Download biographical reading passages and worksheets on heroic women. Includes Rosa Parks, Sally Ride, Helen Keller, Clara Barton, Louisa May Alcott, and many more.
Use these printable worksheets to learn all about the Revolutionary War, America's founding fathers, and the Declaration of Independence.
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Learn about the 13 American colonies with these printable worksheets, maps, and activities.
This page has a few reading comprehension passages and worksheets for teaching students about the US Constitution.
Learn, color, and read about many American patriotic symbols, such as the bald eagle, the flag, and others.
This page has a president research project, president coloring pages, non-fiction reading comprehension passages, and more.
Learn about the 50 United States and capitals with these maps, quizzes, worksheets and activities.
Here you'll find a link to a page with worksheets on each of the 50 states. Choose any state to download maps, puzzles, and more.
Penelope Peabody is driving around the 50 states and she keeps getting lost. Use the clues to determine which state she's in.
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Worksheets for teachers and students that fall under the Social Studies subject area."Social Studies" is a blanket term used to investigate what makes a culture, people, or country distinct from all of the others. It can incorporate economics, history, governmental structure, sociology, civics, religion, geography, anthropology, and much more. The following worksheets touch on these topics, introducing students to several different countries, but with a large focus on the United States. Short reading passages are accompanied by worksheets about each of the specific topics.
You will find a great number of worksheets that gauge reading skills. These worksheets are great for up and coming readers.
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Seen as one of the most influential American Presidents in History.
Home to the world's longest river, largest desert, and largest waterfall. This continent is big on many things.
African American History
February was chosen as Black History month so that it coincided with the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln (pivotal to ending slavery) and Fredrick Douglass (prominent social reformer).
The 18th century battle for the thirteen American colonies that resulted in the founding of the United States.
We explore one of the fundamental civilizations that had influence on even today's life.
The Ancient Greeks lived in what today are considered the countries of Bulgaria and Turkey.
An ancient civilization that ruled for nearly a thousand years.
Bill of Rights
Introduced by James Madison, this is the name given to the first ten amendments of the United States Constitution.
California Gold Rush
A gold is discovered West, people run out to stake their claim.
This second largest country of the world is also home to one of the most educated cultures. Over half of the residents have college degrees.
The Economic system that most nations of the world follow is very young.
Checks and Balances
Students learn about the fail safe processes in the American Government.
The third largest country of the world borders fourteen other countries.
We look at the rights and responsibilities of modern and ancient community members.
The fight for equal rights for all that many believe still ensues today.
(American) Civil War
While the North's numbers greatly unnumbered the South's, brothers fought brothers over a four year period.
The Cold War
The unspoken tension between the United States and the Soviet Union led to technological advances and new tactics by both governments.
The 13 American Colonies
It took England 80 years, after discovering North America, to begin settling down on what today is considered the East Coast of the United States.
The critical people who help our local communities carry on day to day.
Students learn about the seven continents of the world.
Constitution (United States)
Penned in the same location (Pennsylvania State House) as the Declaration of Independence this document framed the U.S. government and the rights of its people.
The Declaration of Independence
We look at the document that basically created the United States of America.
The form of government that was designed to be ruled by the very citizens that it serves.
The Executive Branch of Government
The arm of the government that is tasked with applying and enforcing laws that are on the books.
Talk about a heavy handy form of government and little opportunity for those less fortunate...
French and Indian War
This war did not take place in France or India, as some students might tell you. This was a North American war.
This ten year long war was a period where the people took their government back from a Monarchy that they saw as unfair and prohibitive.
Maps of countries, continents and oceans. Learn to identify places throughout the world.
We look at the power structure behind what drives the United States Government.
The Great Depression
This truly brutal period in history that saw poverty and unemployment skyrocket in a matter of weeks. Followed up by the overall human condition being reduced to nothing.
Great World Leaders
Leaders that lead there countries and/or civilizations to new way of life or thinking.
One of the worst time periods of human history.
How a Bill Becomes a Law
This selection of worksheets explores the process of a how laws are formed.
Though the influx of people into the United States began through Ellis Island (New York), today California has the largest population of Immigrants (just over 11 million).
A time in American history where manufacturing and production hit the ceiling.
These worksheets look at the country of the Rising Sun from ancient to modern times.
The Judicial Branch of the Government
The government arm populated by judges that are both elected and appointed.
Latitude and Longitude
Imaginary lines across the globe that can be used to pinpoint locations.
The Legislative Branch of the Government
This portion of the government thinks up and passes laws for the citizens.
The Middle Ages
A unique period of history centered in Europe.
We look at all the branches and avenues of the United States Armed Forces.
We look at the customs and culture of the original natives of North America.
It's entirely frozen year round, but it's still much warmer than the South Pole, on average.
The devastating secret attack on the U.S. Navy forces at the Hawaiian base.
A look at the early European settlers to North America.
Students look at these famous hijackers of the sea.
We look at the two-party system, as well as third-parties that are starting to gain momentum.
Presidents of the United States
These worksheets revolve around the Commander and Chief.
The is on the diversity of religions throughout the world and the people that worship geographically.
The September 11th (9/11) Attacks
Today known by the digits 9/11, this was one largest terror attacks in American history.
The South Pole
Found on the southern most continent of the world, this is one of the coldest places on Earth.
States of America
We have an extensive section here where you can really get a solid cover on each and every state there is.
A close look at the competition that captivates us every four years.
You definitely didn't see this topic coming, but comics and superheroes are shaping the modern culture to a good degree.
Three Branches of Government
This selection of worksheets explores how the American Government is structured.
The Underground Railroad
The movement that slaves realize their freedom.
The International organization focus on peace and good fortune for all member nations.
U.S. Court System
We work to make this much more understandable for students. Most people don't understand how the courts work at all.
U.S. State Capitals
We name the Capital Cities and look at how they came to be.
United States Elections
A look at the voting process, campaigning, and the act of general democracy.
United States Flag
The customs and history behind that of the United States flag.
United States Laws
What does it take to enact and enforce a law?
Who in their right mind, does not love watching someone sled down a sheet of ice at 100 miles per hour?
The women that have changed the face of the world.
We look at the treks and travels of early explorers.
World War I
World War I was one of those "Oops!" conflicts. It resulted into the fall of four dynasty and destabilized most Europe setting conditions in place for Nazi, Germany to come out of the ashes.
World War II
World War II was a war that came up out of the ashes of World War I. The German people viewed the sanctions placed on them as unjust and it gave rise to even harsher regime change.
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4th Grade Social Studies Worksheets pdf
4th grade social studies Worksheets pdf, printable downloads, 4th grade social studies tests, 4th grade social studies curriculum, topics covered include: the great depression, World War I, World War II, causes of the 1812 War, The Lewis & Clark Expedition, The Antebellum Era, The Louisiana Purchase, English Colonies in N.America, Map reading, The American Revolution, U.S. Presidents and more. Worksheets are free printables each having an answer key attached on page 2.
American history and facts pdf
History of American - early history.
History of America
History of Early America
Learn about the history of America.
History of U.S.A
History of North Amercia worksheet
Early U.S. History
Learn history with mcq's
The history worksheet USA
Historical facts related to the United States
American landmarks and monuments worksheet pdf
Printable worksheet test on questions about U.S. flag.
The Golden Gate Bridge
The Golden Gate Bridge Worksheet, questions & answer key.
Lincoln memorial worksheet pdf download for kids.
Learn about the sourthern colonies of America in this printable worksheet.
Longitudes & Latitudes
Teach students how to locate a place on a map using longitudes & latitudes.
Learn about the American Revolution and what it meant for America. Pdf sheet.
American Civil War
American Civil War worksheet for kids, causes, opposing parties & more
Geography of the Americas
Information about landscapes
MCQ worksheet on geography facts
Physical features on the Amercan Continent
Worksheet for kids on Geography
Worksheet on Geography America
Geography of American Continent
American Continent MCQ for kids
Worksheet for kids review Gegraphy
U.S. President Andrew Jackson worksheet for students.PDF Printable test
U.S. President George Washington worksheet for students.PDF Printable test
U.S. President James Madison worksheet for students.PDF Printable test
U.S. President James Monroe worksheet for students.PDF Printable test
U.S. President John Adams worksheet for students.PDF Printable test
John Quincy Adams
U.S. President John Quincy Adams worksheet for students.PDF Printable test
Martin Van Buren
U.S. President Martin Van Buren worksheet for students.PDF Printable test.
U.S. Presidents worksheet, learn some facts about U.S. presidents.
U.S. Presidents MCQ
U.S. presidents, terms in office, achievements, background and more pdf.
Thomas Jefferson Worksheet
Thomas Jefferson worksheet for kids. Learn some facts about U.S.presidents.
U.S. Presidents Puzzle
A word search puzzle for kids on finding names of U.S. presidents
U.S. Presidents word search
Learn the names of past U.S. presidents by searching in a puzzle. Pdf print sheet
Neil Armstrong worksheet
Neil Armstrong Worksheet for kids - pdf printable test sheet.
Rosa Parks worksheet pdf for kids to learn some facts about her life.
Theodore Roosevelt worksheet pdf printable for kids. Learn and take a test.
Thomas Jefferson Worksheet for kids, Why was he famous ?
Bill of Rights worksheet
Worksheet with questions about the Bill Of Rights for kids to review.
U.S. Presidential Elections
U.S. presidential elections worksheet for kids - a pdf download
U.S. State Capitals
Worksheet for kids to learn about U.S. state capitals
U.S. States Worksheet
Learn how to locate some U.S. states on a map. pdf
The Great Depression
Learn about the great depression with an MCQ test - pdf
World War I
Learn and review skills on events that occured during WWI - Test skills.
World War II Worksheet
Worksheet for kids about events that occured during WWII.
The 1812 War
With this printable test / worksheet students will learn about cause of the war.
Lewis & Clark Expedition
Lewis and Clark Expedition Worksheet for kids. Printable PDF download.
The Antebellum Era
The Antebellum Era Worksheet for kids. Learn about the slave trade & more.
Learn about the Louisiana Purchase and emerging territories from this worksheet.
Printable worksheet for kids to learn about English colonies of N.America.
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4th Grade Social Studies Free Resource
Social Studies encompasses so many things, including geography, economy, politics, and culture. It involves the study of people, places, and events. Learning about social studies means learning about landforms and climate. When we study it, we learn about people and how they live around the world. Students will explore similarities and differences among different locations and cultures. The study of social studies starts right away in school, with students in kindergarten and first grade learning about communities and where they live. As students get older, they’ll learn more about their country, the world, and the history of world. State standards and district curriculums vary, but grade levels tend to have similar themes and focus on similar topics in schools across the United States.
In fourth grade social studies , the curriculum usually focuses on the state they live in. This includes the geographic features of the state and how those features have affected the location of towns and cities and transportation systems. It also includes how the people of the state have changed the physical environment by building canals, cities, and roads. Students will study the borders of the state, how they came to be, and which states and countries surround its borders.
Students will be taught history from the perspective of their state, looking at Native Americans, explorers, wars, and culture. They’ll learn about people who were important to the history of the state or possibly those who are infamous. Students will study the government of their state and its role within the federal government of the country. They might be asked to research their senators and representatives or learn about community leaders. They will also go back to a topic they have discussed in previous grades and talk about their roles and responsibilities as citizens, what it means to be a good citizen, and how they can participate in their communities.
The economy will also be taught from the perspective of the state, exploring concepts students should already be familiar with, such as supply and demand and producers and consumers. This will involve the history of the state’s economy and the kinds of things that have caused the economy to change, such as the discovery of natural resources, new technologies, and growing populations.
Students will also need to practice social studies writing, especially since state tests usually start to be administered at this level. They’ll need to learn to write short answer responses as well as longer essays that focus on a specific topic or theme. They’ll spend more time reading and creating charts and graphs to display information as well. Fourth grade social studies vocabulary is also important and students will be learning a variety of new words and phrases. They’ll still use general terms that they’ve become familiar with, like wants and needs, but will also learn state specific vocabulary like the names of important people in history, names of cities, and important words in the history of the state.
Whether students are learning about social studies in school or at home, fourth grade social studies is a time for them to take a closer look at where they live and the history of how their state has evolved over time.
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Social Studies Worksheets
Our team has come up with some greatly engaging social studies worksheets, incorporating all the essential areas like history, civics and geography. To ensure it rightly caters to the children's varied requirements, we have further sorted the worksheets into as many easy-to-follow categories as possible.
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Explore social studies worksheets in detail.
Black History Worksheets
Reflect upon the lasting contributions of the Afro-Americans to the history of this nation, and their sacrifices for equal rights through our African American History worksheets that contain informational charts, Civil Rights Acts matching exercises, Black History Month quiz, reading comprehension passages and research writing prompts.
Colonial America Worksheets
Figure out how America was colonized with this compilation of thirteen colonies worksheets, maps and chart. Locate, label and color the colonies and the three colonial regions on a map, compare the American colonies, name their capitals and founders, learn about the jobs in the 13 original colonies and more.
Our ingenious worksheets on the famous explorers of the world helps students to identify them, know their nationalities, sea routes of their voyages and their discoveries. Gather information through our quiz exercises and reading comprehensions and also do some research report writing.
Fifty States Worksheets
Our informative and wide-ranging worksheets containing labeled maps, flashcards, word search, crossword, reading comprehension passage and writing prompts will enable children to augment their knowledge on the fifty states of the United States of America significantly.
Goods and Services Worksheets
Our goods and services worksheets will enable elementary school children to define, differentiate, identify, sort, name and determine a variety of goods and services that we use in our day to day lives. Kids will especially enjoy learning all of these with our charts, matching, fill-in, word search, quiz and many more interesting exercises.
Landforms and Bodies of Water Worksheets
The earth fascinates with a diversity of landforms. Walk through this host of printable worksheets, including identifying and labeling landforms and bodies of water, cut and paste, vocabulary charts, and many more for kids of grade 1 through grade 4.
Map Skills Worksheets
Orient yourself in relation to your surroundings and expand your reach by acquiring this essential life skill of map reading. Our worksheets containing drawing, word search, cut and glue, quiz and many more activities will help kids understand directions, study and interpret locations on a map, read coordinates and calculate distances.
Maps of USA Worksheets
Our worksheets on the maps of USA feature the political divisions, boundaries, regions, major rivers, lakes and mountain ranges by illustrating and outlining these distinctly on printable maps, labeling, locating and coloring activities.
Natural Resources Worksheets
Let's get together to value the gifts that Nature has bestowed upon mankind in great abundance, through our delightful and thought-provoking natural resources worksheets. Gather plenty of resourceful information and sensitize children toward the conservation of natural resources with our innovative and enjoyable exercises and activities.
Needs and Wants Worksheets
Our needs and wants worksheets perfectly-fit into your economics curriculum. The printable worksheets help little kids learn to identify and distinguish between needs and wants with vivid charts illustrated with examples and myriad exercises such as sorting, fill in the blanks, cut and glue activity, and many more to drive home the concept. Real-life scenarios add an edge to your learning. Use our T-chart template for kids to list out their needs and wants.
Presidents of the United States Worksheets
Know the 45 American Presidents a little more with this compilation of worksheets featuring charts and ample activities like identifying, labeling, matching, memory game, crossword, quiz, MCQ on presidential facts and firsts to mention just a few.
Our rivers of the world worksheets inspire learning and knowledge of the river system, river landforms and their explanations in charts, major rivers of the world, their locations on the map, labeling and cut and glue activities and a research report writing template to mention just a few.
Solar System Worksheets
Doesn't the Sun, with its inexhaustible splendor, ask you forthright questions, which defy your wits? In this set of solar system worksheets, kids learn topics like the heavenly bodies, the eight planets, space vocabulary, planet fun facts and so on and so forth.
The Five Oceans of the World Worksheets
Sail through 'The Five Oceans of the World' worksheets to discover printable maps, facts flashcards, informational chart, crossword puzzle, riddles, match and fill-in exercises to make your expedition pleasurable and worthwhile.
The Seven Continents of the World Worksheets
Beat the Continent Monster in style, and smile your way through the topic. While you browse through our continents worksheets and activities, the top pick of which are continent facts, flashcards, choose and label the continents, complete the legend, riddles, and fill in the blanks, you will find that every detail matters as there is something new yet crucial in store.
How do get around where you live? What means of transportation do you use when you want to visit your Grandma, who lives far away – a bus, or an airplane? Distinguish between vehicles that run on land, air, or water with stacks of worksheets dedicated to the means and modes of transportation.
U.S. Constitution Worksheets
What are your rights? Who drafted the Constitution? Find answers to these and many such queries with the U.S. Constitution worksheets comprising the Bill of Rights, Preamble, 3 branches of the government, reading comprehensions and more.
U.S. States Flags Worksheets
Find out the history behind the stars, the bars, the bears or the landscapes and the story behind the styles, the colors, the designs or the seals all with our U.S States Flags' worksheets. From Alabama to Wyoming and from printable fact cards to flag flash cards we have them all detailed, explained and sufficiently revised.
U.S. Symbols and Monuments Worksheets
Have you ever observed the coins? Do you know what each color in the American flag signifies? Add-on to your knowledge with this collection of American Symbols worksheets, activities, charts, coloring pages, reading comprehensions and much more!
Do you feel sprightly when it is sunny and bright, or are you down in the dumps, when it is raining? With our weather worksheets, we take kids on a pleasure trip through activities like weather word search, dressing up for the weather, identifying the weather instruments and the fun never ends.
Women History Worksheets
See the greatest of woman rulers, suffragists, Nobel Laureates, Afro- Americans, pioneers and achievers of all time come to life in our famous women in history worksheets. Explore our interesting facts flashcards, quiz, word search, reading comprehension and many more exercises to inspire students with these heroes who were forces to be reckoned with.
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