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Fourth Grade Social Studies World Studies WorksheetsList of all concepts available under this subject are listed below. Worksheets are organized under various concepts within the subject. Click on concept to see the list of all worksheets available for that concept.
- The History of Chocolate
This Hispanic Heritage Month, learn the history of chocolate and try your hand at a historical recipe.
- Valentine's Day Around the World
Discover some cross-cultural connections by investigating how Valentine's Day is celebrated in other regions of the world.
- Universal Symbols
Despite language barriers, there are some universal symbols that the whole world can understand. Can you think of some more to add to this list?
- Who Am I? The New 7 Wonders of the World
Take a trip to the New 7 Wonders of the World by answering the questions on this worksheet.
- Dia de los Muertos Art
Use this worksheet to discover some Dia de los Muertos art and see the role that creativity plays in this important holiday in Mexican culture.
- Map of the New 7 Wonders
Test your geography skills by using this map to help locate the New 7 Wonders of the World around the globe.
- International Etiquette
This worksheet, part of our upcoming A Day in the Life of the President workbook, helps refine knowledge manners that change from culture to culture.
- Spain Word Search
Here is a fun activity for students learning their world history facts! Solve this word search all about Spain's national symbols.
- Dia de los Muertos History
Read this interesting Dia de los Muertos history, then answer the quick quiz questions at the end. It's simple (and spooky!) social studies comprehension.
- Day of the Dead Celebrations
Though it's called many different things, lots of countries hold Day of the Dead celebrations with their own customs and traditions.
- Ancient Alphabets
Discover the origins of our written alphabet! This chart shows the progression of glyphs and symbols that eventually led to the English alphabet.
Don't get lost in this a-MAZE-ing history worksheet! Students will read a bit of history on labyrinths, a type of geoglyph.
- Phrases in Different Languages
Did you know that there are roughly 6,500 spoken languages? Take a closer look at some commonalities (and differences) in written language!
- Voynich Manuscript
Learn about one of the world's most mysterious pieces of written text, the Voynich manuscript, which has never been deciphered.
- Dead Languages
How can a language be "dead"? Read about some of the oldest languages, and how they eventually died out.