Fourth-grade - Social-studies concepts

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  • History of the Guitar

    What came before the guitar? Give your little musician a fun way to learn more about one of the oldest types of instruments!

  • Terracotta Army

    If you wanted to protect an underground kingdom, how would you do it?

  • Tuskegee Institute

    Learn about the Tuskegee Institute, an important site in American History. It was one of the first universities made to help educate African Americans.

  • California Gold Rush: Sutter's Mill

    Sutter's Mill is where the California Gold Rush first began! Your student will read about the first discovery of gold with this history worksheet.

  • Leaning Tower of Pisa

    Discover the reason behind Pisa's famous leaning tower and find out if there are any plans to ever right this gently slanting wonder.

  • Packing for the Gold Rush

    What would your child bring if he had to pack for a whole new life? Find out with this Gold Rush worksheet.

  • A Math Riddle to Learn History

    If your fourth grader solves this math riddle, he'll find out how many U.S. presidents were under 40 when they took office.

  • National Treasures: The Wright Brothers' Flyer

    In a world without airplanes, The Wright Brothers flew in the face of science, so to speak, and invented the first modern airplane.

  • Florence Nightingale Biography

    Florence Nightingale revolutionized nursing. Your little historian can learn about Florence's life in this biography worksheet.

  • Women in History: Dolley Madison

    Learn about first Lady Dolley Madison with this history worksheet, complete with some reading comprehension exercises.

  • Play the Presidents Day Super-Scramble!

    Presidents are people, too! Get to know all 43 presidents with this fun and challenging word-scramble activity.

  • Design a State Quarter

    Run out of state quarters to collect? Design your own with this fun worksheet!

  • John Muir

    Meet John Muir, the original environmentalist, in this nonfiction reading sheet.

  • Native American Symbols: Turtle

    Introduce your student to Native American culture and history with this symbol sheet. He'll learn why the turtle was an important symbol in their art.

  • Gold Rush Trail

    Learn about the different routes people could take for the California Gold Rush.

  • Using Primary Sources

    Learn to work with primary sources by decoding the names, facts, and numbers in old memoirs, interviews and records.

  • Valley Forge

    Learn about Valley Forge, an important historical site of the American Revolutionary War, with a great info sheet!

  • Machu Picchu

    Discover the ins-and-outs of this sprawling mountain mansion and imagine what your own dream house would look like.

  • Buffalo Soldiers

    Your budding historian can learn about the Buffalo Soldiers, the first African American military troops to serve in peacetime.

  • Gold Rush Advertisement

    Look at this scene of a mining town during the Gold Rush and create an advertisement that persuades people to travel to California.

  • Women in History: Queen Victoria

    Queen Victoria ruled the British Empire for 63 important years. Students can read about Victoria's life in this history worksheet.

  • Yankee Doodle Dandy

    On this worksheet, your fourth grader will read over the lyrics of "Yankee Doodle Dandy" and complete fun activities relating to the song.

  • Easter Island

    Sail away to the exotic and mysterious Easter Island!

  • Statehood Dates

    Your fourth grader will color the states different colors, based on the time period that state became part of the United States.