Supplement your child’s history education with these free and original Social Studies Printables for kids. Visit Greenland with Leif Erikson. Travel around the world with Magellan. Learn about mammoths and much more! Take a look below.
Social Studies Coloring Pages
Here’s a collection of Social Studies themed coloring pages for kids. Print them out for your kids, grandkids, or students.
The Statue of Liberty is one of the most iconic symbols of the United States. Here’s Lady Liberty in coloring page format.
If you’re taking a trip to South Dakota with your kids to see Mount Rushmore, print this fun Mount Rushmore coloring page to entertain the kids during the drive or flight.
The Liberty Bell is a history symbol of the US Independence, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
A coloring page of the famous Founding Father, inventor and scientist Benjamin Franklin.
A coloring page of George Washington, the first President of the United States.
A coloring page of a bald eagle, the national animal of the United States.
For additional Social Studies coloring pages, please see the Social Studies section of the Printables Library.
Social Studies Handouts
The words to the Pledge of Allegiance written on parchment, alongside an American flag, with a background image of Washington crossing the Delaware River.
The lyrics to the Star Spangled banner written on parchment, alongside an American flag, with a background image of Sir Francis Scott Key watching the Battle of Baltimore.
Social Studies Printables in Alphabetical Order
Abe Lincoln Coloring Page
Age of Exploration Worksheet
Bald Eagle Coloring Page
Ben Franklin Coloring Page
Ben Franklin Timeline
Ferdinand Magellan Biography
Flag Template Printable
George Washington Coloring Page
List of Countries
List of European Countries
List of States
List of State Abbreviations
List of States and Capitals
List of U.S. Presidents
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
Pledge of Allegiance Sheet
Star Spangled Banner Sheet
States & Capitals Flash Cards
States & Capitals Worksheets
Woolly Mammoth Facts