# Visual recognition Normal Social Studies Worksheets for Ages 5-7

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• 5-7
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## Seasons Match Worksheet

Preschoolers should begin learning about seasons and weather early. Most can tell what season it is by upcoming holidays or school activities. Test their knowledge with a printable PDF worksheet. It asks them to match each image with its corresponding season!
Seasons Match Worksheet
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## Community Places Vocabulary Worksheet

Help your kids identify community places with this fun worksheet. Ask them to listen to the choices read aloud and circle the word that matches the picture. This activity encourages dialogue about different people, places, and things in their community and the places they love to visit.
Community Places Vocabulary Worksheet
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## Skip Counting by 10 Through Our Community Worksheet

Our kids need to 'make a ten' and skip count by tens to boost their speed and accuracy in math. This cool, free worksheet takes them on a journey through their local community to practice counting by tens. They'll work on social studies and fine motor skills while having fun with the maze they get to count by tens in!
Skip Counting by 10 Through Our Community Worksheet
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## The Four Seasons Worksheet

Tell your child to circle things that remind them of each season. The tree has four squares, one for each season. Some things in each square match the season, others don't. Ask if any are out of place. Help them circle only items that remind them of that season.
The Four Seasons Worksheet
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## Let's Look! Assessment Worksheet

Have your child look at the picture in the printout and name the objects. Ask which ones are soft and hard and have them count the soft objects and circle the number. This worksheet will engage your child's thinking and teach them about texture.
Let's Look! Assessment Worksheet
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## What Do you See at the Library? Worksheet

Let your kids look at the worksheet with pictures of objects found in libraries and those that don't. Ask them to list some, then circle the ones that belong in a library. Can they identify them? See if you can spot any they miss!
What Do you See at the Library? Worksheet
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