First Grade Social Studies Worksheets and Printables

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Who is Angela Davis?
Who is Angela Davis?
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Who is Angela Davis?
Use this reading and writing worksheet to teach first and second grade students about Angela Davis and her life as an activist, writer, and scholar.
1st grade
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Women Who Dared to Dream Poster
Women Who Dared to Dream Poster
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Women Who Dared to Dream Poster
Featuring artists, dreamers, rebels, and entrepreneurs, this Women Who Dared to Dream poster showcases a selection of women from around the world paved the way for others.
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National Parks Map
National Parks Map
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National Parks Map
Little outdoor explorers can get to know the national parks with this map. Can you find the national parks in your state?
1st grade
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Betsy Ross
Betsy Ross
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Betsy Ross
Who is Betsy Ross? Teach your child about the creator of the American flag, and have fun coloring with this historical worksheet!
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Paper Dolls Around the World: Indonesia
Paper Dolls Around the World: Indonesia
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Paper Dolls Around the World: Indonesia
Combining coloring, paper dolls, and a lesson in geography and world cultures, this printable is not only full of fun, it's full of learning value, too.
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Make Your Own Flag
Make Your Own Flag
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Make Your Own Flag
Fly a flag of freedom, justice, or just plain fun in this immersive Social Studies activity.
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Learning About Dorothy Pitman Hughes
Learning About Dorothy Pitman Hughes
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Learning About Dorothy Pitman Hughes
This worksheet is a brief introduction to the human rights activist and feminist Dorothy Pitman Hughes.
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United States Symbols for Kids
United States Symbols for Kids
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United States Symbols for Kids
This worksheet introduces United States symbols for kids. Does your child know that every country has symbols that are special to its citizens?
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National Parks: Hawaii Volcanoes
National Parks: Hawaii Volcanoes
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National Parks: Hawaii Volcanoes
Did you know many of the largest volcanoes in the world are located in Hawaii? Introduce your child to the Hawaii Volcanoes with this fun coloring sheet.
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“I Voted” Coloring Page
“I Voted” Coloring Page
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“I Voted” Coloring Page
The “I Voted” sticker has become a tradition at polling booths around the country! Introduce children to this symbol of civic pride with this engaging coloring worksheet.
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Write About Mae Jemison
Write About Mae Jemison
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Write About Mae Jemison
Use this worksheet to help students write sentences about the first African American women to enter space, Mae Jemison.
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Goods or Service? Part 1
Goods or Service? Part 1
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Goods or Service? Part 1
In this illustrated worksheet, children reflect on whether different workers sell goods or offer services.
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United States Puzzle
United States Puzzle
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United States Puzzle
Put your child's cartographic skills to the test by having him assemble this puzzle that features the 50 U.S. states.
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I'm a Good Citizen #2
I'm a Good Citizen #2
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I'm a Good Citizen #2
Learning how to be a good citizen is a crucial part of school. Help your child learn what it means to be respectful to others with this citizenship worksheet.
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Pennsylvania Liberty Bell
Pennsylvania Liberty Bell
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Pennsylvania Liberty Bell
The Pennsylvania Liberty Bell has been through a lot, but it was never owned by a famous fast-food chain...that's an urban legend!
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About My Home
About My Home
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About My Home
What makes a house a home? Have some fun exploring your home with your little learner.
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Mount Rushmore
Mount Rushmore
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Mount Rushmore
Get your child caught up on some U.S. history, and have fun coloring in the men of Mount Rushmore with this historical coloring worksheet!
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Thinking Past and Present: Then and Now #2
Thinking Past and Present: Then and Now #2
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Thinking Past and Present: Then and Now #2
People used to use candles to light houses and quill pens to write letters. Challenge your child's logical thinking skills with this past and present worksheet.
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Thinking Past and Present: Then and Now #1
Thinking Past and Present: Then and Now #1
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Thinking Past and Present: Then and Now #1
This worksheet helps your kid distinguish between life in the past and the present. He'll look at scenes from the past, then draw modern day equivalents.
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All About Mae Jemison Reader
All About Mae Jemison Reader
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All About Mae Jemison Reader
Use this illustrated reader to help kids learn about Dr. Mae Jemison, the first African American woman to enter space.
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Washington Monument Model
Washington Monument Model
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Washington Monument Model
Get acquainted with one of our nation's most famous buildings, the Washington Monument, by building a small paper model!
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American Symbols For Kids
American Symbols For Kids
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American Symbols For Kids
The White House in Washington D.c. is one of many American symbols for kids to learn about. Check it out!
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Thinking Past and Present: Long Ago or Today?
Thinking Past and Present: Long Ago or Today?
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Thinking Past and Present: Long Ago or Today?
Kids learn that how we live today is different than how we lived in the past by labeling each picture of everyday life as from today or long ago.
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Paper Dolls Around the World: Malaysia
Paper Dolls Around the World: Malaysia
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Paper Dolls Around the World: Malaysia
What better way to learn about other cultures than with world paper dolls. Kids color the doll, then use the country clues to figure out where he's from.
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Write About Sonia Sotomayor
Write About Sonia Sotomayor
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Write About Sonia Sotomayor
Children are introduced to Sonia Sotomayor, one of the nine Supreme Court justices, and the only Latina, in this reading and writing worksheet.
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First Grade Social Studies Worksheets and Printables

Set sail through history and geography with these first grade social studies worksheets! Your students will love exploring U.S. history, world cultures, and geography fundamentals. From learning to read maps and identifying U.S. states to exploring cultures around the world and coloring influential people from history, your students will be ready to discover the world with these first grade social studies worksheets!

About the World with First Grade Social Studies Worksheets

It’s never too early to begin fostering an awareness of our world, and these first grade social studies worksheets are a great tool to introduce young kids to the communities, cultures, and systems that shape our lives. Teach your child the basics of directions and map reading with engaging worksheets that double as coloring pages. Let them explore people, cultures, and countries around the world with stimulating paper doll crafts and coloring activities. Take a closer look at our national parks, the American flag, Pledge of Allegiance, and other national symbols with our many exciting printable worksheets. Or challenge your first grader to expand their critical thinking skills by comparing past and present scenes of everyday life via matching, drawing, and Venn diagrams as they examine how life and society changes over time. Whether kids are creating their own flag, drawing a picture of what it means to be a good citizen, or completing a George Washington coloring page, you can rest assured that their lives are a little more enriched and their perspective broadened with our social studies worksheets on hand.