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Fifth Grade Social Studies History 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.
- U.S. History: Westward Expansion
Test your student's knowledge of famous people in U.S. history with a quick quiz. He'll need to match up each notable person with his/her accomplishments.
- Thanksgiving Crossword: Challenging
Put your students' Thanksgiving knowledge to the test with a challenging crossword puzzle all about this fun holiday.
- History of Zombies
Ever wonder how the whole zombie craze got started? Read about the history of zombies in this awesome reading comprehension packet.
- Name Game: The 13 Original Colonies
Boost your fifth grader's social studies savvy with a lesson on the 13 original colonies.
- Marco Polo
Your child will love learning all about the exploits of the famous European explorer Marco Polo with this attractively illustrated worksheet.
- Ellis Island Immigration Process
Recreate the Ellis Island immigration process at home! Answer these questions that hopeful immigrants answered before being welcomed to the U.S. or sent home.
- 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?
- Civil Rights Vocabulary
Explore the special vocabulary that applies to the civil rights movement, both the one in our American history and those going on today.
- Leaders of the Underground Railroad
The Underground Railroad aided thousands of enslaved Americans on the road to freedom. Students will learn about the leaders of this movement.
- Colonial Word Search
Put your American history knowledge to the test with this challenging colonial word search!
- Civil Rights Leaders
Get acquainted with some of the most famous Civil Rights leaders in this challenging word search.
- Paraphrase the Declaration of Independence
Unwind the complicated language of the Declaration of Independence with this paraphrasing activity!
- History of the Louisiana Purchase
Your budding history buff can learn about American history and geography all in one with this Louisiana Purchase activity!
- 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.
- New England Colonies Postcard
Young historians get to put themselves in the shoes of the Pilgrims and report back to the Queen herself about life in the New England colonies.
- Famous Women in History
Meet a few of America's most inspirational female figures with this history sheet. Your student will match up each woman with her accomplishment.
- Middle Colonies
Social studies students will write a descriptive paragraph to show their understanding of life in the Middle Colonies and life in colonial America in general.
- Vocab in History: Declaration of Independence
Give your 5th grader's vocabulary a boost while deepening his U.S. history knowledge with this social studies worksheet.
- Amerigo Vespucci
America gets its name from Amerigo Vespucci. Kids will learn about this important historical figure with this fun worksheet.
- The March on Washington
Learn all about the historic March on Washington in this reading response worksheet.
- The U.S. Presidents Game
Meet all the U.S. presidents in this tricky card game that not only quizzes kids on presidential trivia, but helps them practice learning strategies, too.
- Brown vs. Board of Education
In this worksheet, read all about Brown vs. Board of Education, a court decision that changed the lives of millions of Americans.
- Ancient Egypt Map
Get all the dirt (or should we say sand?) on one of the most famous ancient cultures in this trivia worksheet.
- Jazz Greats: Charlie Parker
Celebrate Black History Month by studying the contributions of African-American jazz legend Charlie Parker!