Fourth-grade - Social-studies concepts
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- Reading Primary Sources
Practice reading primary sources with the help of a celebrity: inventor Thomas Edison!
- Apollo 11
Learn about what was arguably the most famous of American space missions, Apollo 11, in this combination social studies and science worksheet.
- Native Americans in New York
Learn all you wanted to know about Native American history in New York, and take a quiz to reinforce the knowledge.
- Taj Mahal
Take a trip to the other side of the world to discover the "crown of palaces," the beautiful and majestic Taj Mahal.
- Women in History: Queen Isabella
Did you know that Queen Isabella of Spain paid for Columbus' expedition to the New World? Read more about this interesting woman in history.
- Primary Sources: Joe DiMaggio
Learn to extract information from sources with this handy worksheet, perfect for Little Leaguers and baseball fans.
- Native American Symbols: Eagle
The eagle is not just an important symbol for our country, it used to be an important symbol for the Native Americans as well!
- Great Pyramid of Giza
Learn all about the Great Pyramid of Giza, one of the seven ancient wonders of the world, and find out why Egyptians built it hundreds of years ago.
- Hanging Gardens of Babylon
They don't make gardens like this anymore. More a combinaton amusement park and treasure trove, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon were the spot to visit.
- The Battle of Camden
The Battle of Camden was a low point for the American forces in the Revolutionary War. Discover the errors made at the battle in this worksheet.
- Levi Strauss
The history of the American West meets the history of fashion! Your child will learn both with this worksheet about Levi Strauss, creator of Levi's Jeans.
- Temple of Artemis
Take a trip back in time to visit the temple of the Greek goddess of the hunt, Artemis!
- Hobo Symbols
Believe it or not, hobos have been a part of our culture since this nation's birth. Read about the glyphs and symbols that hobos used to use to communicate.
- Elizabeth I of England
Queen Elizabeth I gave her name to an era. Your young student can read about Elizabeth's life in this biography worksheet.
Learn all about the thaumatrope, one of the earliest versions of a moving picture, with this fun worksheet and paper project!
- Lighthouse of Alexandria
Learn about the first lighthouse, a mammoth structure built in Egypt and one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.
- Gold Rush Business Plan
All businesses, even ones made of gold, need a plan. Try making your own business plan during Gold Rush times and draw an advertisement for it.
- Thanksgiving Word Search
Thinking about Thanksgiving? Help your kid learn some important Thanksgiving terms with this colorful word search puzzle.
- Franklin D. Roosevelt Biography
Learn more about FDR and his influence on the country in this biography worksheet.
- Colossus of Rhodes
Get to know this towering wonder of the ancient world and discover the inspiration for its creation.
- Native American Supporters
When reading up on Native American history, take some time to check out a few Native American activists throughout history.
- Women in History: Marie Curie
Marie Curie was a great scientist, and the first woman to be awarded the Nobel Prize. Learn about this brilliant woman with this history worksheet.
- The Battle of Guilford Court House
While the Americans lost the Battle of Guilford Court House, the aftermath led to the American victory at Yorktown. Learn more with this history worksheet.
- Panning for Gold
Give your kid a true taste of history by searching for gold the way they did back in the day! Follow these directions to learn how to pan for gold.