Middle-school - Social-studies concepts

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  • Effects of the Civil War

    A nonfiction passage and some essay questions help students understand the effects of the Civil War in this American history worksheet.

  • U.S. History: Westward Expansion

    Test your student's knowledge of famous people in U.S. history with a quick quiz. He'll need to match up each notable person with his/her accomplishments.

  • What Was the Civil War?

    Help your child understand the basics of how the Civil War began and ended in this simple summary sheet that answers the question: what was the Civil War?

  • The Missouri Compromise

    Learn more about the Missouri Compromise, an act that changed America both culturally and geographically.

  • 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!

  • Oregon Trail Word Search

    With this historical word search, your child will learn some key terms about the Oregon Trail, including a few of the different routes taken.

  • Famous Women in History

    Meet a few of America's most inspirational female figures with this history sheet. Your student will match up each woman with her accomplishment.

  • Louisiana Purchase

    Go back in time and expand the nation! Complete this map activity and discuss the impact of the Louisiana Purchase on the U.S.

  • Statue of Liberty History

    If any one thing were to sum up America, it's the Statue of Liberty.

  • Ellis Island

    Learn more about Ellis Island, the place where many of our ancestors first set foot on American soil.

  • 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.

  • The Homestead Act

    Students studying the finer points of American history can read this worksheet about the influence of The Homstead Act.

  • Lewis and Clark Timeline For Kids

    Get a summary of the Lewis and Clark Expedition timeline with this quick reference sheet for kids.

  • St. Patrick's Day Trivia

    Looking for St. Patrick's Day trivia? See how many of these questions you and your kids can answer!

  • The Great Migration

    In this worksheet, your student can read about The Great Migration, an event in American history that's more influential than you might think.

  • History of Easter

    Ever wonder why we hunt for Easter eggs? Discover how this spring holiday was started with this interesting look at the history of Easter.

  • U.S. Presidents: Matching Game IX

    Try this series of U.S. president match-up worksheets, the perfect way to learn all of our country's past presidents.

  • U.S. Presidents: Matching Game X

    Want to get your middle school student savvy on U.S. history? Here is a challenging series of match-up games, featuring U.S. presidents!

  • U.S. Presidents: Matching Game VIII

    Give your middle school student a challenge with this great matching game, featuring the U.S. presidents!

  • Mathew Brady

    In this sheet, meet the father of photojournalism: Mathew Brady.

  • The Corps of Discovery

    What do Lewis and Clark, a Newfoundland dog and 12 dozen pocket mirrors have in common? They were all part of the Corps of Discovery!