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Excellent online resources to help pass the Social Studies GED exam.

Social Studies Worksheets and Printables

Social studies worksheets are a great way to practice various topics in this content area. Use in conjunction with the videos in this list.

GED Social Studies Vocabulary

Start studying GED Social Studies Vocabulary. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

Reading a Map

#Maps From Sea to Shining Sea

Exhibits Collection -- The Middle Ages

This interactive exhibit, part of the Exhibits Collection, focuses on life in the Middle Ages. The exhibit explores various aspects of the Middle Ages life- feudal life, homes, clothing, health, arts & entertainment, religion and town life. The exhibit includes activities on cathedrals, clothing, art and medical practices.

Exhibits Collection -- Renaissance

"Renaissance," French for "rebirth," perfectly describes
the intellectual and economic changes that occurred
in Europe from the fourteenth through the sixteenth

Readings in Social Studies: World History, US History, Civics and Government, Geography and Economics.

This site provides students with additional preparation for the GED Social Studies Test.

This timeline shows American history from 1780 to 2015, with parallel developments in geography, presidents, society, Native American, world, technology, and culture.

Timeline: History and Biography Timelines

Timeline: History and Biography Timelines

The Constitution of the United States of America

This video was made to help students understand why the Constitution was created. It explains the purpose, the meaning, and the intent of this most important...

Bill of Rights - Bill of Rights Institute

The first 10 amendments to the Constitution make up the Bill of Rights. Written by James Madison in response to calls from several states for greater constitutional protection for individual liberties, the Bill of Rights lists specific prohibitions on governmental power. The Virginia Declaration of Rights, written by George Mason, strongly influenced Madison.


Educational video reviewing The United States Government, it's parts and functions.

GED Practice Questions

Free GED Social Studies practice and review. Preparing for your 2014 GED Social Studies Test? We have free practice questions and a great strategy guide.

Section: Social Studies

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Historical Voyages and Historical Events

What historical event, explorer, voyage, or local history would you like to share with other schools? Have you studied the settlement history of your own community? Have you studied about your state or country and historical events that helped shape it?

Social Studies Review Videos by topic

Explore our free GED Social Studies review course and get ready for the GED Social Studies test using our exam review tips. Start preparing today!

New- A Treasure Trove of Historical Footage Is Now Provided for Free on YouTube

July 23, 2015
Here is a great piece of news we discovered today through Larry Ferlazzo. The Associated Press and British Movietone announced the airing of  their historical archive to the public for free on YouTube. An estimated 17.000 hours of historical footage is uploaded through The Associated Press and British Movietone Youtube channels providing public access to a treasure trove of important historical events that marked the last 150 years.

GED Printable Practice Tests - Free, No Registration, GED Practice Tests.

GED : GED Social Studies Practice Test Economics Quiz

GED Social Studies Practice Test Economics Quiz

Basic geography terms

Main geographic terms such as island, gulf, jungle, bay, etc.

GED Social Studies Practice Test | Free GED Practice Test

Prepare for your GED with our free GED Social Studies practice test. A full-length interactive exam with challenging questions and detailed explanations.

What Were the Articles of Confederation? Video - Articles of Confederation -

Before the U.S. Constitution was the law of the land, there were the Articles of Confederation. Find out why they didn't last long.