Fifth-grade - Social-studies concepts

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  • 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!