Third Grade Geography Worksheets and Printables

Third grade geography worksheets encourage your child to learn about places near and far. If your eight- or nine-year-old is interested in learning about different communities, whether they be down the road or in another continent, then he'll enjoy these third grade geography worksheets. Encourage your child to have fun with geography by coloring a state flag, mapping the U.S. with food, or making a picture puzzle of capital cities. Try these third grade geography worksheets with your young explorer.
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U.S. Cities: History of Honolulu U.S. Cities: History of Honolulu Did you know Honolulu is actually a Hawaiian word meaning "shelter"?
Name the States 1 Name the States 1 Can your child find New York, Illinois, and South Carolina on a U.S.
Geography: Know the States Geography: Know the States Little explorers take a mini-tour of the United States on this third grade geography and social studies worksheet.
History of Dallas History of Dallas Did you know Dallas is home to the largest airport in the U.S.?
History of Las Vegas History of Las Vegas Did you know Las Vegas is actually a Spanish phrase meaning "the meadows"?
California Coloring Page California Coloring Page Welcome to the sunny state of California! This picture-map coloring page is the perfect way to get acquainted with the Golden State.
History of Los Angeles History of Los Angeles Did you know there are over 2,400 stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?
The Royal Corgi Escape The Royal Corgi Escape The Queen's corgis have gotten loose and are adventuring across London!
Fill in States Map Fill in States Map Kids use their knowledge of geography to fill in the missing U.S.
History of St. Louis History of St. Louis Did you know St. Louis, Missouri is home to the famous Gateway Arch?
History of New Orleans History of New Orleans Did you know New Orleans, Louisiana was founded by the French?
History of Seattle History of Seattle Did you know Jimi Hendrix was actually born in Seattle, Washington?
History of Baltimore History of Baltimore Did you know that Babe Ruth was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland?
History of Detroit History of Detroit Do you know how Detroit got its nickname "The Motor City"?
States and Capitals: Road Trip! States and Capitals: Road Trip! Kids use their knowledge of U.S. geography to write the missing state names that go with the capital cities on this third grade social studies worksheet.
History of Miami History of Miami Did you know Miami was founded thanks to the efforts of a woman?
Third grade geography worksheets encourage your child to learn about places near and far. If your eight- or nine-year-old is interested in learning about different communities, whether they be down the road or in another continent, then he'll enjoy these third grade geography worksheets. Encourage your child to have fun with geography by coloring a state flag, mapping the U.S. with food, or making a picture puzzle of capital cities. Try these third grade geography worksheets with your young explorer.