First-grade - Social-studies concepts

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  • Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    Teach your child about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., one of the most influential voices fighting for equality in America during the Civil Rights Movement.

  • Olympic Timeline

    Check out a fun and simple Olympic timeline which highlights some of the most memorable moments throughout history.

  • What is a Timeline?

    Help your child visualize the passing of time in this easy timeline craft.

  • The Stroll by Monet

    Share a famous work of art to color with your child! This painting by impressionist painter, Claude Monet, features his wife and son.

  • Thinking Past and Present: Long Ago or Today?

    Kids learn that how we live today is different than how we lived in the past by labeling each picture of everyday life as from today or long ago.

  • Thinking Past and Present: Then and Now #2

    People used to use candles to light houses and quill pens to write letters. Challenge your child's logical thinking skills with this past and present worksheet.

  • Montgomery Bus Boycott Coloring Page

    Use this coloring page as an opportunity to discuss the courage of Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott.

  • Frederick Douglass Coloring Page

    Celebrate Black History Month with a coloring page of Frederick Douglass - a social reformer, writer and eloquent speaker.

  • Mona Lisa Coloring Page

    This coloring page features a master painting that you may recognize: the Mona Lisa!

  • Venn Diagram: Past or Present?

    Get some graphing practice and a history lesson all in one worksheet! Use a Venn Diagram to decide whether the items are from the past, present or both.

  • Rosa Parks Coloring

    This Rosa Parks coloring page will give you an opportunity to discuss a brave woman's historic act of defiance with your first grader.

  • Thinking Past and Present: Then and Now #1

    This worksheet helps your kid distinguish between life in the past and the present. He'll look at scenes from the past, then draw modern day equivalents.

  • Jane Goodall Coloring Page

    If your daughter is an animal lover, give her this inspiring coloring page of one of the most famous scientists of the 20th century!

  • Florence Nightingale Coloring Page

    Florence Nightingale revolutionized nursing and remains a beacon of proper healthcare to this day.

  • History of Communication

    Give your first grader a beginning lesson in history. He'll need to identify each form of communication and put them in order from most recent to oldest.

  • Match the Old and New Items

    First graders will enjoy this simple history worksheet! Match the item from the past with the item that serves the same function today.

  • Sunflowers by Van Gogh

    Got an aspiring artist on your hands? Introduce her to a famous work of art with this coloring page: Sunflowers by Vincent Van Gogh!

  • Color the Passover Seder Plate

    This page is both informative and fun to color--a double whammy! Whether your second grader's Jewish or not, you can help her learn all about the Seder plate.

  • Marie Curie Coloring Page

    Here's Marie Curie, a famous scientist, at home in her lab where she made some of the most important scientific discoveries of the 20th century.

  • Sally Ride Coloring Page

    Learn more about Sally Ride's amazing career in aeronautics by coloring in this cartoonized version of her!

  • Meet Mary McLeod Bethune

    Here's an easy introduction to U.S. history for your child! This coloring page features educator and civil rights leader Mary McLeod Bethune.

  • Past and Present

    Challenge your child to differentiate between past and present with this quick picture quiz.

  • Cleopatra Coloring Page

    Cleopatra is quite possibly the most famous queen in history; renowned for her beauty and also her brains.

  • Picture of George Washington

    Color in a picture of George Washington according to the color-by-number guide.