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Learn about Columbus, Magellan, Cortez, and other famous explorers.
Learn landform vocabulary words, such as plain, plateau, mesa, volcano, cliff, isthmus, mountain, and hill.
Learn geography by coloring and labeling these blank maps of the continents and the United States.
Learn about the compass rose, key, and reading a street map, and other basic map skills with these worksheets.
Learn about goods & services, supply & demand, as well as needs & wants.
This page has craft activities and printable worksheets for teaching young students about Native American culture and history.
This page has coloring pages for a variety of notable people, including Neil Armstrong, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Helen Keller, Sally Ride, and many more. Students might use the images to illustrate biographical essay projects. Or simply color them to decorate your classroom bulletin board.
Download blank timeline worksheets and timelines with questions.
Compare and contrast rural, suburban, and urban communities.
Download biographical reading passages and worksheets on heroic women. Includes Rosa Parks, Sally Ride, Helen Keller, Clara Barton, Louisa May Alcott, and many more.
Use these printable worksheets to learn all about the Revolutionary War, America's founding fathers, and the Declaration of Independence.
Check out this page to learn about separation of powers, checks and balances, and how that makes up the Branches of the U.S. Government.
Learn about the 13 American colonies with these printable worksheets, maps, and activities.
This page has a few reading comprehension passages and worksheets for teaching students about the US Constitution.
Learn, color, and read about many American patriotic symbols, such as the bald eagle, the flag, and others.
This page has a president research project, president coloring pages, non-fiction reading comprehension passages, and more.
Learn about the 50 United States and capitals with these maps, quizzes, worksheets and activities.
Here you'll find a link to a page with worksheets on each of the 50 states. Choose any state to download maps, puzzles, and more.
Penelope Peabody is driving around the 50 states and she keeps getting lost. Use the clues to determine which state she's in.
This page has printable reading comprehension passages for teaching students about the first World War.
Here you'll find reading comprehension passages and worksheets for helping students learn about World War II.
Learn about Canada's provinces and territories with maps, games, and more.
Penelope keeps getting lost around Canada. Use the clues in each reading passage to figure out which province or territory she's in.
Learn about Australia's states and capitals, as well as New Zealand's islands.
Learn about Canada's provinces and capitals with these printable maps, games, and worksheets.
Learn about China with these printable map activities, puzzle worksheets, coloring pages, and reading comprehension passages.
Color the French flag. Print out maps of France Color a picture of the Eiffel Tower. Try the word puzzles and the maze.
Download Germany coloring pages, maps, flags, and other printable activities.
This page has printable maps, flags, and coloring pages that you can used when teaching students about Italy.
Learn about Japan with these printable coloring pages, word puzzles, and maps.
Your students will enjoy these Puerto Rico worksheets, puzzles, maps, and coloring pages.
Download and print blank and labeled maps of the Republic of South Africa.
Use this collection of maps and worksheets to teach students about the United Kingdom.
This page has printable maps of Antarctica, as well as a reading comprehension passages about penguins, and a coloring page with a picture of the ceremonial South Pole.
Learn about Greek deities with these printable word puzzles, reading comprehension passages, reference tables, coloring pages, and flashcards.
We also have science worksheets! Topics include butterfly life cycle, animal classifications, animal articles, plants, electricity, simple machines, and much more.
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The big ideas in Fourth Grade Social Studies include the story of the United States in terms of its vast and varied geography, its many waves of immigration beginning with pre-Columbian societies, its continuous diversity, economic energy, and rapid growth. In addition to the specific treatment of milestones in the United States history, students examine the states in the context of the rest of the nation, with an emphasis on the U.S. Constitution and the relationship between state and federal government.
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Worksheets for teachers and students that fall under the Social Studies subject area."Social Studies" is a blanket term used to investigate what makes a culture, people, or country distinct from all of the others. It can incorporate economics, history, governmental structure, sociology, civics, religion, geography, anthropology, and much more. The following worksheets touch on these topics, introducing students to several different countries, but with a large focus on the United States. Short reading passages are accompanied by worksheets about each of the specific topics.
You will find a great number of worksheets that gauge reading skills. These worksheets are great for up and coming readers.
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Seen as one of the most influential American Presidents in History.
Home to the world's longest river, largest desert, and largest waterfall. This continent is big on many things.
African American History
February was chosen as Black History month so that it coincided with the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln (pivotal to ending slavery) and Fredrick Douglass (prominent social reformer).
The 18th century battle for the thirteen American colonies that resulted in the founding of the United States.
We explore one of the fundamental civilizations that had influence on even today's life.
The Ancient Greeks lived in what today are considered the countries of Bulgaria and Turkey.
An ancient civilization that ruled for nearly a thousand years.
Bill of Rights
Introduced by James Madison, this is the name given to the first ten amendments of the United States Constitution.
California Gold Rush
A gold is discovered West, people run out to stake their claim.
This second largest country of the world is also home to one of the most educated cultures. Over half of the residents have college degrees.
The Economic system that most nations of the world follow is very young.
Checks and Balances
Students learn about the fail safe processes in the American Government.
The third largest country of the world borders fourteen other countries.
We look at the rights and responsibilities of modern and ancient community members.
The fight for equal rights for all that many believe still ensues today.
(American) Civil War
While the North's numbers greatly unnumbered the South's, brothers fought brothers over a four year period.
The Cold War
The unspoken tension between the United States and the Soviet Union led to technological advances and new tactics by both governments.
The 13 American Colonies
It took England 80 years, after discovering North America, to begin settling down on what today is considered the East Coast of the United States.
The critical people who help our local communities carry on day to day.
Students learn about the seven continents of the world.
Constitution (United States)
Penned in the same location (Pennsylvania State House) as the Declaration of Independence this document framed the U.S. government and the rights of its people.
The Declaration of Independence
We look at the document that basically created the United States of America.
The form of government that was designed to be ruled by the very citizens that it serves.
The Executive Branch of Government
The arm of the government that is tasked with applying and enforcing laws that are on the books.
Talk about a heavy handy form of government and little opportunity for those less fortunate...
French and Indian War
This war did not take place in France or India, as some students might tell you. This was a North American war.
This ten year long war was a period where the people took their government back from a Monarchy that they saw as unfair and prohibitive.
Maps of countries, continents and oceans. Learn to identify places throughout the world.
We look at the power structure behind what drives the United States Government.
The Great Depression
This truly brutal period in history that saw poverty and unemployment skyrocket in a matter of weeks. Followed up by the overall human condition being reduced to nothing.
Great World Leaders
Leaders that lead there countries and/or civilizations to new way of life or thinking.
One of the worst time periods of human history.
How a Bill Becomes a Law
This selection of worksheets explores the process of a how laws are formed.
Though the influx of people into the United States began through Ellis Island (New York), today California has the largest population of Immigrants (just over 11 million).
A time in American history where manufacturing and production hit the ceiling.
These worksheets look at the country of the Rising Sun from ancient to modern times.
The Judicial Branch of the Government
The government arm populated by judges that are both elected and appointed.
Latitude and Longitude
Imaginary lines across the globe that can be used to pinpoint locations.
The Legislative Branch of the Government
This portion of the government thinks up and passes laws for the citizens.
The Middle Ages
A unique period of history centered in Europe.
We look at all the branches and avenues of the United States Armed Forces.
We look at the customs and culture of the original natives of North America.
It's entirely frozen year round, but it's still much warmer than the South Pole, on average.
The devastating secret attack on the U.S. Navy forces at the Hawaiian base.
A look at the early European settlers to North America.
Students look at these famous hijackers of the sea.
We look at the two-party system, as well as third-parties that are starting to gain momentum.
Presidents of the United States
These worksheets revolve around the Commander and Chief.
The is on the diversity of religions throughout the world and the people that worship geographically.
The September 11th (9/11) Attacks
Today known by the digits 9/11, this was one largest terror attacks in American history.
The South Pole
Found on the southern most continent of the world, this is one of the coldest places on Earth.
States of America
We have an extensive section here where you can really get a solid cover on each and every state there is.
A close look at the competition that captivates us every four years.
You definitely didn't see this topic coming, but comics and superheroes are shaping the modern culture to a good degree.
Three Branches of Government
This selection of worksheets explores how the American Government is structured.
The Underground Railroad
The movement that slaves realize their freedom.
The International organization focus on peace and good fortune for all member nations.
U.S. Court System
We work to make this much more understandable for students. Most people don't understand how the courts work at all.
U.S. State Capitals
We name the Capital Cities and look at how they came to be.
United States Elections
A look at the voting process, campaigning, and the act of general democracy.
United States Flag
The customs and history behind that of the United States flag.
United States Laws
What does it take to enact and enforce a law?
Who in their right mind, does not love watching someone sled down a sheet of ice at 100 miles per hour?
The women that have changed the face of the world.
We look at the treks and travels of early explorers.
World War I
World War I was one of those "Oops!" conflicts. It resulted into the fall of four dynasty and destabilized most Europe setting conditions in place for Nazi, Germany to come out of the ashes.
World War II
World War II was a war that came up out of the ashes of World War I. The German people viewed the sanctions placed on them as unjust and it gave rise to even harsher regime change.
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Fourth-grade worksheets, fourth-grade skills.
Reads a variety of stories, poems, drama, and prose.
Compares and contrasts a variety of texts.
Develops an understanding of antonyms and synonyms.
Writes opinion pieces and provides supporting facts and details.
May learn about their city or state and study its history.
Uses maps and learns how geography affects a community.
This page includes fourth-grade language arts, science, and social studies worksheets. These worksheets are great for classroom or home use, and you may print as many as you like.
This year your child will read and discuss a variety of material. Encourage them to look for deeper meaning and analyze what they have read. Written book reports with accompanying visual props may be assigned this year.
Writing will take on a bigger role in assignments and students in fourth grade will learn to organize written pieces as well as add clarity and structure to their writing.
Depending on your child's abilities, you may wish to review our third-grade language arts worksheets or our fifth-grade worksheets .
The fourth-grade worksheets found here are intended to enhance your child's skills and complement lessons they are doing in the classroom.
Fourth-Grade Reading Worksheets
Cause and Effect: Worksheet 1 - Students will match an effect in the left column with a cause in the right column. Compare and contrast text, thinking skills.
Reading A Label - Students will answer questions using a label from a healthy tonic bottle. This is a life skills worksheet and requires attention to detail.
Reading the Want Ads - Read the classified ads and answer the questions.
The Newspaper - Although students probably get most of their news online, reading a newspaper is still a skill they should acquire. A local paper is required to complete this worksheet. Includes complementary activities.
Fourth-Grade Grammar Worksheets
Complete or Incomplete Sentences Worksheet 1 - Students will identify each sentence using an s for complete or an i for incomplete.
Using a or an - Students will complete each sentence with a or an .
Children's Authors: Worksheet 3 - Students will correct sentence punctuation on a variety of excerpts from children's literature. Rewrite sentences using the correct punctuation.
Why Are They Nouns - Noun review and thinking skills.
Parts of Speech Matching - Draw a line from each definition to the part of speech it describes.
Fourth-Grade Vocabulary and Alphabetizing Worksheets
Using Homophones - Students will use pairs of homophones to complete sentences. This worksheet is also great for building vocabulary.
Thesaurus 1 - Students will use a thesaurus to complete this worksheet.
Word Wizard - Students will add a letter to the beginning of a group of words to make a new word or common phrase when they complete this challenging vocabulary worksheet.
Dictionary Skills Review - Do your students know how to use a dictionary? This worksheet includes syllabication, alphabetizing, and use of guide words.
Scream to Scrubber - Students will use guide words and alphabetize twenty words when completing this worksheet.
Distant Diver Dictionary Worksheet - Students will determine the position of each word in relationship to the guide words distant and diver . An alphabetizing exercise is also included on this worksheet.
Haymow to Headrest - Practice with guide words and alphabetizing.
Fourth-Grade Science Worksheets
Your Five Senses - Sort words into the categories of taste, touch, sight, hearing, and smell.
Creatures of the Grand Canyon - This set of activities focuses on creatures found at the Grand Canyon. The first activity is a word search puzzle in which students will find and circle thirty-three animals. On the second worksheet, students must provide three characteristics for each vertebrate. The third activity is an animal classification worksheet in which the student sorts the animals from the puzzle into the correct group.
Collared Peccary - An informational coloring page with facts and taxonomy.
Bison Fact Sheet - This edu-color information sheet includes information about the bison, bison facts, and a picture to color.
Hidden Animals - Can your students find the animals names hiding in these sentences?
Hidden Animals: Worksheet 2 - Fill in the missing letter in each animal name to find a hidden animal name.
Hurricane Scramble - Students will unscramble the names of twenty sea creatures and draw a picture of their favorite ocean animal.
Rain Forest: Word Search Puzzle - Students will find twelve words related to the rain forest in this puzzle.
Space Shuttle Information Sheet - Read for information and improve vocabulary with this information sheet that provides children with a brief history of the space shuttle. This edu-color page includes important dates and a picture to color.
Space Age: Word Search Puzzle - Find a variety of words in the puzzle and write a short paragraph about two missions.
Fourth-Grade Social Studies Worksheets
Map Skills - Students will use the map legend to answer a variety of questions pertaining to the map. This worksheet is a useful tool for those children just learning about maps.
Following Directions - Students will follow the instructions to mark the points on a map grid. In order to complete this worksheet the students must have colored pencils or markers available for use.
Map Study 1 - Students will use the map of the United States to answer the multiple-choice questions. Beginning map skills.
What State Am I Series - This file includes four worksheets, covering all fifty states. Students will read each blurb providing the state nickname and a bit of trivia then draw a line to the state being described.
What State Am I Self-Checking Worksheet - Students will try to guess the name of the states from the clues provided. They can then check their answers by circling every third letter in the letter box.
Presidents Word Search - This file includes four word search puzzles with presidential trivia questions. Updated to include President Obama and President Trump.
Thirty-two fourth-grade worksheets.
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