The 1960s: A Decade Full of Social Change

Help your kid learn a little bit more about this important decade in American history with these worksheets and coloring pages that highlight important people and events.

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Apollo 11

Apollo 11

Learn about what was arguably the most famous of American space missions, Apollo 11, in this combination social studies and science worksheet.
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National Treasure: Apollo 11 Command Module

National Treasure: Apollo 11 Command Module

One of the greatest moments in not just our country's history, but the history of the world, was the famous moon landing of 1969.
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Michael Collins

Michael Collins

Meet Michael Collins, the Command Module Pilot for Apollo 11, an important space mission in the history of America's space program.
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Buzz Aldrin

Buzz Aldrin

Meet Buzz Aldrin, the lunar module pilot behind one of the most famous space missions ever carried out by the U.S.
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Paper Doll Girl: 1960s

Paper Doll Girl: 1960s

There were many important changes during the 1960s, including fashion. Give your child a fun paper doll project that involves a bit of history too.
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Paper Doll Boy: 1960s

Paper Doll Boy: 1960s

What kinds of outfits did people wear 50 years ago? Give your child a lesson in fashion history with this 1960s themed paper doll.
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Civil Rights Leaders

Civil Rights Leaders

Children learn about American Civil Rights and Abolitionist pioneers in this word search puzzle worksheet.
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Civil Rights Court Cases

Civil Rights Court Cases

In this Court Cases worksheet, students read descriptions of five landmark decisions, then match them to their correct name.
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Protest Songs

Protest Songs

Have your social studies student try her hand and writing her own protest song in this creative worksheet.
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The End of the Civil Rights Movement

The End of the Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights Movement: The Later Years worksheet, children read about the issues that emerged later in the movement.
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Cesar Chavez

Cesar Chavez

Read up on a historical hero from 20th-century America! Your student will learn about the history of the labor movement and the life of Cesar Chavez.
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Cesar Chavez Coloring Page

Cesar Chavez Coloring Page

Get to know an important labor rights activist, Cesar Chavez, with this coloring page, featuring some important facts about him.
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Dolores Huerta Coloring Page

Dolores Huerta Coloring Page

Meet Dolores Huerta, the co-founder of the United Farm Workers of America alongside Cesar Chavez.
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John F. Kennedy Coloring Page

John F. Kennedy Coloring Page

Introduce the 35th president of the United States to your child with this coloring page featuring John F. Kennedy.
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Make a Color-by-Letter Flag: Vietnam

Make a colour-by-Letter Flag: Vietnam

Increase your first grader's recognition of the Vietnamese Flag and boost her alphabet skills with just one fun worksheet!
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Paper Dolls Around the World: Vietnam

Paper Dolls Around the World: Vietnam

Paper dolls are a fun way to teach your child about other countries. After she colors the doll, can she guess where the doll lives from the country facts given?
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