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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States in Alphabetical Order States in Alphabetical Order Challenge your third grader to put all 50 states in alphabetical order, and brush up on U.S.
Old-School States: Learning U.S. Geography Old-School States: Learning U.S. Geography This worksheet challenges your fourth grader's knowledge of U.S.
Texas State Flag Texas State Flag Get to know the state of Texas, and color its state flag!
Utah State Flag Utah State Flag Color the Utah state flag with this fun and informative coloring page!
South Carolina State Flag South Carolina State Flag What is on the state flag of South Carolina?
Rhode Island State Flag Rhode Island State Flag Geography students, enjoy a fun coloring page that will teach you a bit about the Rhode Island state flag.
European Countries Word Search European Countries Word Search Help your child learn the countries of Europe with this fun and educational word search game.
Learning U.S. Capitals Learning U.S. Capitals This puzzle will help straighten out U.S. geography.
Missouri State Flag Missouri State Flag Learn about the Missouri state flag with this coloring page, where students can read a fun fact about the symbols on this flag as they add in the correct colors.
Tennessee State Flag Tennessee State Flag How well does your student know his U.S. states?
Mississippi State Flag Mississippi State Flag Get to know the state of Mississippi with a coloring page featuring the state flag.
National Landmarks: Washington Monument National Landmarks: Washington Monument The Washington Monument, located in the National Mall, is one of the most prominent landmarks in our nation's capitol.
New Mexico State Flag New Mexico State Flag How well does your child know his U.S. states?
Geography: What's That State? 2 Geography: What's That State? 2 Hmmm, which state has a boxy shape and a capital city called Cheyenne?
States and Capitals Game States and Capitals Game If your fourth grader needs to practice her states and capitals, then this game can help!
State Trivia State Trivia Think your child knows his U.S. States?
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.