Middle-school - Social-studies concepts
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- The Supreme Court
Every state has lots of court houses and hundreds of judges, but our country has set one court above all the rest -- the Supreme Court.
- Checks and Balances System
Help your student learn the government principle of checks and balances with this worksheet. He'll learn key terms with a word search puzzle and a quick quiz.
- Branches of the U.S. Government
Test your middle schooler's knowledge of our government system with a fill in the blanks diagram.
- Civil War Quiz
Challenge your middle school student with a quiz about the Civil War! He'll answer questions about important people and places in the Civil War.
- Amendments Quiz
Review your knowledge of the amendments to the Constitution with this quick quiz!
- Trail of Tears
Get educated about the treatment of Native Americans during the creation of the United States. Read about the Trail of Tears, an important landmark.
- Civil War Fill-in-the-Blank
Test your knowledge of the Civil War by completing this fill-in-the-blank worksheet! Read each sentence and write the word in the blank to compete the sentence.
- U.S. Presidents: Matching Game I
How well do you know your country's past presidents? Here is a challenging series of match-up games, featuring U.S. presidents!
- History of Slavery Vocabulary Match-Up
Test your child's knowledge of the history of slavery in the United States. He must match up the vocabulary terms with their correct definitions.
- Civil War Vocabulary
Review vocabulary terms from the Civil War with this matching worksheet! Your student will match each term with its correct definition.
- Civil War: Confederacy vs. Union
Review Civil War key terms and people with this history sheet. Your child will decide which terms describe the Confederacy and which describe the Union.
- Presidential Timeline
Make a quick trip in time to learn U.S. history and a presidential time line! You might be surprised how much change packed in from 1939 to 1990.
- History of Law
Here's a history quiz that is sure to stump even the most studious civics buff! Fill in the blanks, and learn a bit about the history of written law.
- Washington Crossing the Delaware
Study a bit of history about the American Revolutionary War with this information page about Washington's famous crossing of the Delaware River.
- Gettysburg National Military Park
Read about a famous place on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places: the battlefield of Gettysburg.
- U.S. Presidents: Matching Game II
Challenge your student's knowledge of the U.S. presidents with this series of match-up games.
- U.S. Presidents: Matching Game V
How many of our presidents can you name? Challenge your middle school student with this great series of match-up games, featuring U.S. presidents!
- Civil War Word Scramble
Here is a fun way to practice vocabulary from the Civil War. Your student will unscramble each term, using the word bank for help.
- The Pentagon
Learn some fun facts about the Pentagon, as a part of the U.S. military to its unique architecture which has made the building an icon.
- U.S. Presidents: Matching Game IV
Do you know your U.S. presidents? This challenging series of match-up games is sure to baffle even the most serious history buffs!
- Burt-Stark Mansion
If you're studying the Civil War, the Burt-Stark Mansion is an important site to know! Read all about the end of the American Civil War with this great sheet.
- Civil War Journal Entry
Here is a writing activity to review terms and concepts from the Civil War era. Your child will imagine being a soldier in the war and write a journal entry.
- U.S. Presidents: Matching Game III
History buffs, get ready to learn everything you ever wanted to know about all of our U.S. presidents with a fun matching game!
- U.S. Presidents: Matching Game VII
Here's a great test of your student's knowledge about U.S. history! See if he can match up all the presidents with their mini biographies.