This worksheet provides scaffolded questions to help students analyze political cartoons and propaganda posters. Rather than having students write an essay or create their own posters, this worksheet allows students to practice analyzing the primary sources. Students are first asked to identify the images, provide historical context, explain the symbolism in the poster, and analyze the meaning of the cartoon or propaganda poster. This really helps students in the process before they venture out into creating their own unique political cartoon or propaganda poster. This worksheet pairs perfectly with the How to Analyze Political Cartoons PPT, which familiarizes students with the various techniques used to convey the artists political agenda. Fits for U.S. History and World History courses from middle-high school levels.