Fifth Grade Social Studies Civics Government Worksheets


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  • Three Branches of Government for Kids

    Introduce fifth graders to the three branches of the government with this fun and simple worksheet! Write each word under the branch it best represents.

  • Ten Amendments for Kids

    Your fifth grader can see how well he knows the ten amendments by matching the amendments with their descriptions. He'll have all ten memorized in no time!

  • Bill of Rights for Kids: Word Search

    Take a fun approach to learning about the Bill of Rights! Find the words relating to the Bill of Rights in this word search exercise.

  • Vietnam Veterans Memorial

    Learn more about the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, often simply called "The Wall," with this interesting printable.

  • Election Vocabulary

    Does your fifth grader know a primary from a platform? Help him sort out the buzz-worthy election words with this matching activity.

  • Political Party Platforms

    What's the difference between the Republican Party and the Democratic Party? Use your super researching skills to discover where each political party stands.

  • Jobs That Make a Difference

    Here's a challenging word scramble to spotlight some people in your community who make a difference and help their neighbors every day!

  • Explore a Presidential Timeline!

    Five facts and five presidents to match, make a quick trip in time to learn U.S. history and a presidential time line!

  • Check Writing

    With this simple worksheet, you can teach your tween the basics of check writing. Print it out multiple times and make a whole checkbook!

  • U.S. President True or False

    Read each statement about the president and determine if it's true or false. Correct it if it's false!

  • National Archives in Washington, D.C.

    The National Archives in Washington, D.C. isn't just Library of Congress' kid brother, it's a symbol of U.S. democracy.

  • Alaska State Facts

    This worksheet helps kids practice their budding research skills as they color the flag and find out Alaska state facts.