Fourth Grade Social Studies History Worksheets


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  • Plymouth Colony

    Get ready for Thanksgiving with this worksheet about Plymouth Colony, the Pilgrims' first home in America.

  • The Emancipation Proclamation

    Your future historian will learn about the Emancipation Proclamation as he hones his reading comprehension skills with this worksheet.

  • All About Marie Curie

    Teach your child history, science and reading all at once with this short biography of Marie Curie, a scientist and the first woman to earn a Nobel Prize.

  • Who is Saint Valentine?

    Who is Saint Valentine? Learn about the legendary figure with this fill-in-the-blank worksheet and answer the question, "Who is Saint Valentine?" for yourself.

  • Women in History: Pocahontas

    Pocahontas was a heroine to the settlers of Jamestown, Virginia. Read more about her with this history worksheet.

  • Transcontinental Railroad History

    History buffs and railroad enthusiasts alike will enjoy learning about the Transcontinental Railroad with this Wild West worksheet!

  • Native American Symbols: Design a Shield

    Dive into Native American history with your third grader! He'll get an introduction to Native American symbols and tradition as he colors his own shield.

  • The Louisiana Purchase

    Use this worksheet to learn all about how the United States grew with the Louisiana Purchase.

  • Barter Game

    Play the Barter Game, where you pretend to be in the Gold Rush and barter for everything: food, tools, animals, even entertainment.

  • Abraham Lincoln's Hat

    President Abraham Lincoln's hat isn't just a presidential treasure, it represents an infamous night in American history.

  • Guatemala Facts

    What do you know about the wonderful country of Guatemala? Find out how the country got its name and what the people like to do for fun!

  • The White House Facts

    There's tons of trivia in this social studies worksheet about America's most famous home.

  • Roman Coliseum

    Back in Ancient Rome, families didn't have a movie theater or a mall to visit on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Instead, they went to the Coliseum!

  • Langston Hughes: Historical Heroes

    Learn more about Langston Hughes, one of the most influential figures in literature, with this word-scramble sheet.

  • Stonehenge

    Explore the most famous rock pile in the history of the world!

  • The Siege of Yorktown

    Your young historian can step back in time and read about an important battle that helped to end the American Revolution.

  • The Wild West: Stephen Austin

    Stephen Fuller Austin is often called the "Father of Texas." Learn about the history of the American West and the history of Texas with this worksheet.

  • Costa Rica Facts

    Imagine you're sipping "agua dulce" and spending a lazy afternoon on a warm beach as you get to know the beautiful country of Costa Rica!

  • Spain Facts

    Take a historical tour of Spain, home of the Running of the Bulls! Learn all about this Spanish-speaking country's diverse regions, dialects, and traditions.

  • Tuskegee Airmen

    Your little learner can learn about the heroic Tuskegee Airmen as he hones his reading comprehension skills with this history worksheet.

  • Greensboro Sit-In

    Help your child learn about the importance of non-violent protest with this social studies worksheet on the famous Greensboro lunch counter sit-ins.

  • History of Photography Timeline

    Your 4th grader can learn about the history of photography and you can test his reading comprehension with this fun history timeline!

  • Reader's Theater: First Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving readers theater is fun for the whole family. This Thanksgiving readers theater activity tells the true story of the first Thanksgiving.

  • History of Movies

    Have your movie lover read about the history of movies, and then test her reading comprehension as she arranges the events to complete a timeline.