Printable Social Studies Tests, Worksheets, and Activities
Use these social studies worksheets and interactive activities to help your students develop critical thinking skills and understanding of U.S. and world history, and geography.
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Have your students complete interactive activities, such as drawing the route of famous explorers or guessing the continent being described. Assign your students one of our many labeling activities, such as European Capital Cities or States of the Union. Or simply test their knowledge of specific geographic features or map components.
- Latin American Labeling Activity
- Features of Geography
- Continents and Oceans Activity
- US State Capitals
Go over the basics of any economics course, including supply and demand and cost and revenue. Multiple choice questions and graphing assignments are included in the tests.
Culture Worksheets and Activities
Seasonal and Other Activities
Every major topic in American History is represented, including the Civil War, the Rise of Industry, and the Great Depression. Our bank of assignments also include activities that utilize maps, projects that analyze presidential elections, tests that explain national holidays, and much more.
- America in the Early 1800s new!
- The Progressive Era new!
- World War I new!
- Free and Slave States
- The French and Indian War
- 13 Colonies Map Activity
- Early US Presidents
- US Constitutional Amendments
Take a trip through the most influential civilizations of early history, such as the Greeks, the Egyptians, and the Aztec. Many tests focus on the geography and contributions of these societies.
Europe was home to some of the most influential events in any history course. Test your students in the causes and effects of eras such as the Renaissance, the Reformation, and the Middle Ages.