Social Studies Worksheets Listed By Specific Topic Area

From cultures to governments we cover a wide range of social studies topics. We are added new sections of world history. World history is our focus for the coming year.

  1. Africa Worksheets - We look at the people, the land, the wildlife, and cultures of this wonderful continent.
  2. American Civil War - Known as the War Between the States. We offer a wide range of reading activities.
  3. American Revolution - The thirteen colonies band together for freedom the British Empire.
  4. Ancient Egypt - This eastern North African civilization evolved to offer the world a priceless culture.
  5. Ancient Rome - Located along the Mediterranean Sea, this civilization formed one of largest empires of ancient times.
  6. Antarctica - This continent occupies just over nine percent of the Earth's surface.
  7. Black History Month - Also referred to as African-American History Month. Celebrated annually in Canada and the United States in February. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and North Ireland celebrate during the month of October.
  8. Canada - Occupies most of North America. Canada is by total area, the second largest country.
  9. China - The most populated country in the world.
  10. Cinco De Mayo - Translated to "fifth of May". This day commemorates the Battle of Pubela on 1862. The Mexican army, a heavy underdog, defeated French military forces.
  11. Colonial America - Look back to the thirteen colonies.
  12. Community Helpers - We take a look at public service and the people who make our lives better.
  13. Do The Research! - These worksheets help students focus on research skills with in social studies.
  14. Explorers - We look back to the Age of Discovery. Europe makes contact with the rest of the world.
  15. Flag Day Worksheets - Countries throughout the world celebrate this day to commemorate an event or just support their country.
  16. Japan - Referred to as the the "Land of the Rising Sun". This is East Asian country is composed of 6,852 islands.
  17. Holocaust - We look at the horror and persecution that people were put through.
  18. Industrial Revolution - The eighteenth through nineteenth century saw an explosion of advances in agriculture, development, manufacturing, mining, and transportation.
  19. Martin Luther King, Jr. - We look at the life of the charismatic leader of the African American civil rights movement.
  20. Native Americans - We look at the life and culture of the indigenous people of North America.
  21. North America - Occupies just under five percent of the planet's surface and is home to twenty-three countries.
  22. Proud To Be An American - This was inspired by the day of September eleventh. Our company is situated 46 miles North of Ground Zero.
  23. Slavery - A inhumane system where people become the property of others.
  24. States of America Worksheets - We look at all 50 states in detail and even provide maps.
  25. Today In History - This neat little tool will allow you allow you to look at famous events, birthdays, and deaths that occurred on the date of your choice.
  26. U.S. Constitution - Adopted on March 4,1789, this document provides the Supreme law for the country.
  27. U.S. Presidents - We explore the lives, challenges, and achievements of every American President.
  28. Voting & Elections - We examine at the election process right up to voting in polls.
  29. Westward Expansion - Starting in the early 1800s, Americans started moving West. Accelerated by the gold rush of 1849.
  30. Women's History Worksheets - Celebrated in the U.S. in March. We look at the often overlooked contributions women have made to culture and society worldwide.
  31. World Leaders - A deep exploration into renowned leaders across the world and throughout time.
  32. World Religions - We look at the history behind various forms of religion.