Fourth Grade Social Studies History WorksheetsBack
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- I Have a Dream Worksheet
Our "I Have a Dream" worksheet introduces your fourth grader to MLK Jr.'s historic speech. Try this "I Have a Dream" worksheet to learn about the visionary.
- Civil Rights Word Find
How many words relating to the Civil Rights Movement can your kid find? This word search is great for boosting both language skills and historical knowledge.
- The Underground Railroad
The Underground Railroad helped thousands of enslaved Americans find freedom. In this worksheet, your student will learn about this historic network.
- Industrial Revolution
How did our society become so advanced? Introduce your student to the Industrial Revolution with this reading sheet.
- African American Inventors
Your young historian will learn about the some of the most notable African American inventors with this worksheet.
- The Gold Rush Worksheet
Gold rush worksheets can be a fun way to approach history. This board game about the California Gold Rush is a thrilling race across the Wild West!
- Benjamin Franklin Biography
Do you know your historical celebrities? Get all the facts on Benjamin Franklin, one of America's most famous figures.
- Learn About Your State
Do you know your state? Challenge yourself with this worksheet, and try to answer the 13 trivia questions about your state.
- Great Wall of China
Step right up to the most famous wall on Earth! Spanning nearly four thousand miles, the Great Wall of China is one of the oldest wonders of the world.
- Who Is Gregor Mendel?
Get an interesting lesson in science along with valuable reading practice with this Gregor Mendel biography worksheet.
- Cesar Chavez
Read up on a historical hero from 20th-century America! Your student will learn about the history of the labor movement and the life of Cesar Chavez.
- Dominican Republic Facts
Take an imaginary trip to a country that loves baseball, boxing and basketball. It's not America -- it's the Dominican Republic!
- All About Galileo
Learn all about Galileo! Whether your kid is an aspiring scientist or just needs some reading practice, this Galileo biography worksheet hits the mark!
- The Battle of Bunker Hill
The Battle of Bunker Hill was one of the early battles of the American Revolution. Discover the important features of the battle with this worksheet.
- History of Baseball
Batter up! It's time to get a hands-on history lesson in this fun printable activity that flexes your fourth-grader's memory and comprehension muscles
- All About Albert Einstein
Introduce your child to fascinating scientist Albert Einstein with this history sheet, where he'll even get to learn a bit of basics on theoretical physics.
- History of the Piano
Masterful musicians can learn the origins of the piano with this music history worksheet.
- Underground Railroad Songs
For kids studying the Underground Railroad, here's a worksheet to help them discover some of the songs that gave hope to enslaved Americans.
- The Battles of Lexington and Concord
The Battles of Lexington and Concord were the "shot heard around the world" and began the American Revolution.
- History of the Blues
The blues is one of the first kinds of 'folk music' to come out of the United States, and its influence can be heard all over.
- Black History Month Word Search
Encourage your child to learn more about the African-American struggle for equality with this word search that's full of important terms and concepts.
- Peru Facts
Find out all about the gorgeous mountains, delicious food and unusual national animals that make Peru such a unique and wonderful nation.
- Texas Declaration of Independence
Did you know that Texas was once an independent country? Travel back in time to learn about the signing of the Texas Declaration of Independence in 1836.
- Push-Pull Immigration
When people migrate, they are influenced by push and pull: They feel pushed out of one place and pulled to another. Try a push-pull exercise in this worksheet.