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Fifth Grade Social Studies Geography WorksheetsList of all concepts available under this subject are listed below. Worksheets are organized under various concepts within the subject. Click on concept to see the list of all worksheets available for that concept.
- 50 States and Capitals Quiz
America the beautiful! Can your fifth grader name all 50 state capitals in the U.S.? Challenge him to match each capital to the correct state.
- 50 State Capitals
Help your 5th grader ace her state geography test with this review sheet of all 50 U.S. state capitals!
- State the Facts Crossword #3
Here's a geography challenge for your fifth grader. Full of trivia like state nicknames and state birds, she's sure to learn something new.
- 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.
- Name Game: The 13 Original Colonies
Boost your fifth grader's social studies savvy with a lesson on the 13 original colonies.
- States and Capitals Flash Cards
Use these mini states and capitals flash cards to help your child learn the 50 U.S. states and their capitals.
- Map the States: State Abbreviations
Here's a geography challenge for your fifth grader: can she label the map of the United States with the correct state abbreviations?
- Connect Three: States, Capitals, and Nicknames #1
Here's a worksheet that helps kids review the states and capitals, and throws in an extra element for fun: state nicknames!
- U.S. Expansion: Color by History
Bump up your 5th grader's U.S.expansion knowledge with this social studies worksheet that asks her to color code the states according to history.
- 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.
- How to Read a Topographic Map
Your budding explorers will enjoy learning to read and understand the contours of a topographic map! They'll get to answer some questions and solve a maze.
- London Coloring Page
Stop by London with this coloring page of Big Ben. Give your child's geography and history smarts a boost!
- Population Density
Your social studies student can practice reading maps, charts and more all-inclusive concepts with the population density map of Massachusetts.
- Color the World! The Taj Mahal
The Taj Mahal, located in Agra, India, is considered to be one of the most beautiful structures in the world.
- 50 States Game
Ready for a fun way to learn the names of the 50 states? Try this printable puzzle -- prettier than a pop quiz, and way more fun than flash cards.
- Machu Picchu Coloring Page
Check out this cool Machu Picchu coloring page for your little world traveler.
- Blank Map of the United States
This blank map of the United States is a great way to test your child's knowledge of state capitals, and offers a few extra "adventures" along the way.
- Color the World! Chichen Itza
Learn about world history with this Color the World page about Chichen Itza, one of the oldest and most significant sites in both Mexico and the world today.
- Capital Crossword
You'll really need to know your state capitals to solve this crossword puzzle.
- Connect Three: States, Capitals, and Nicknames #2
This geography worksheet offers a good review of U.S. states and capitals, and includes state nicknames for a little extra learning.
- Color the World! Venice
This geography worksheets stops in Venice, Italy. The coloring page lets you color in canals of the famous city.
- Connect Three: States, Capitals, and Nicknames #3
Challenging fifth graders to connect each state with its capital and nickname, this worksheet is great for at-home review.
- Eiffel Tower Coloring Page
The Eiffel Tower was built as the entrance to the 1889 World's Fair in Paris. Believe it or not, some people considered it an eyesore!
- Map of China
Is your student a geography whiz? Give him a fun challenge with this map of China, where he'll need to label each city on the map!