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Third Grade Social Studies Activities

Third Grade Social Studies activities to help show your child the fun side of learning! From easy third grade social studies activities to more advanced, we've got you covered!

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In this activity, kids learn a little about Japanese culture by making their own windsock in the shape of a koi fish.
Third Grade
World Cultures
What could be more fun than doing sidewalk art? How about making your own colored sidewalk chalk!
Third Grade
History
Teach your child Morse code, and a little bit of history that she'll pick up in a flash!
Third Grade
US History
Celebrate Hanukkah the old-fashioned way with an oil lantern. This craft is a perfect opportunity to teach your child the history of this special holiday.
Third Grade
History
Ride the Pilgrims' Mayflower with this math-inspired game for Thanksgiving. Learn about the Pilgrims' Mayflower while building problem-solving and math skills.
Third Grade
US History
Your child will create their very own traditional Indian Toran wall hanging using construction paper, yarn and paint.
Third Grade
World Cultures
An 'I Love You' book is a perfect gift for a very special friend on Valentine's Day. Our 'I Love You' book shares the love in eight different languages.
Third Grade
World Cultures
Being a kid is hard work. Soothe stresses and calm fears with this DIY Zen garden -- all you need is sand, stones and a shoebox.
Third Grade
World Cultures
Help your child create her own version of a Moroccan lantern to give her room an Arabian nights feel!
Third Grade
Community & Cultures
Encourage your child to memorize the items on the Seder plate and what they symbolize with this artsy activity.
Third Grade
Community & Cultures
Has your child ever told you he wants to travel the world and meet new people? Why not keep track of his future travel plans with some fun footprint art.
Third Grade
World Cultures
Teach an important and often comical historical lesson with a prediction game that teaches youngsters about the fallibility of word-of-mouth talk.
Third Grade
History
Celebrate Mexican heritage and inspire creativity in your budding artist with this unique arts and crafts activity.
Third Grade
World Cultures

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