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First Grade Social Studies Geography Worksheets

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  • Reading a Map

    Here's a great geography worksheet that doubles as a coloring page! Your child will get to practice reading a simple map of a park.

  • Using a Map Key

    Help your child learn the basics of reading a map with this simplified county map. He'll color and circle the different items that appear in the map key.

  • Directions: North, South, East or West?

    Give your beginning geography student some practice finding north, south, east and west on a map of the U.S.!

  • Position and Direction

    Help your first grader learn basic terms for position and direction. He'll practice identifying left or right, as well as the cardinal directions, and more!

  • Paper Dolls Around the World: Korea

    Sneak some learning into paper doll play with an Asia Pacific paper doll. Kids learn facts about Korea as they color, then try to guess the country.

  • Filipino Paper Doll

    Teach your child about Asia Pacific countries with paper dolls from around the world. Can he use the country facts to figure out where this doll is from?

  • Paper Dolls Around the World: Malaysia

    What better way to learn about other cultures than with world paper dolls. Kids color the doll, then use the country clues to figure out where he's from.

  • Paper Dolls Around the World: Indonesia

    Combining coloring, paper dolls, and a lesson in geography and world cultures, this printable is not only full of fun, it's full of learning value, too.

  • National Parks Map

    Little outdoor explorers can get to know the national parks with this map. Can you find the national parks in your state?

  • United States Puzzle

    Put your child's cartographic skills to the test by having him assemble this puzzle that features the 50 U.S. states.

  • Make Your Own Flag

    Fly a flag of freedom, justice, or just plain fun in this immersive Social Studies activity.

  • National Parks: Hawaii Volcanoes

    Did you know many of the largest volcanoes in the world are located in Hawaii? Introduce your child to the Hawaii Volcanoes with this fun coloring sheet.

  • Paper Dolls Around the World: Laos

    Want to teach your child a little about world cultures while keeping it fun? Try a paper doll! Using the clues, can she guess which country this doll is from?

  • Paper Dolls Around the World: Vietnam

    Paper dolls are a fun way to teach your child about other countries. After she colors the doll, can she guess where the doll lives from the country facts given?

  • U.S. National Parks

    Build an appreciation for mother nature with this national parks info page for kids! Your little park ranger will learn the basics of national parks services.

  • Everglades National Park

    Who knew a swamp could be such a beautiful and diverse spot for a nature preserve? Teach your child a bit about the Everglades with this coloring sheet.

  • Color the World! South Korea

    Introduce your child to world places and cultures with geography coloring pages. This one features a traditional fan dance from Korea!

  • Cities Word Search

    Is your child a geography whiz? Put her knowledge to the test with this word search on U.S. cities.

  • National Parks: Grand Canyon

    One of the most awesome sights to behold, the Grand Canyon is one of our nation's most famous national parks.

  • Color the World! Flamenco

    Travel to Spain and learn all about flamenco, a traditional style of music and dance.

  • Rocky Mountains National Park

    The Rocky Mountains are one of our country's most famous mountain ranges! Introduce your child to these grand mountains with a fun coloring page.

  • Paper Dolls Around the World: Cambodia

    Sneak a geography lesson into paper doll fun with this worksheet that features a paper doll from an Asia Pacific country. Can you guess where she's from?

  • Yellowstone National Park

    Teach your child all about our nation's very first national park with this coloring sheet

  • Smoky Mountains National Park

    How do we protect land in the U.S.? Share this great coloring page with your child, an introduce him to Smoky Mountains National Park!

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