Third Grade Social Studies Worksheets and Printables

Your third grader will learn about important U.S. cities, state flags, historical events, famous figures, and even the history of fireworks with this collection of third grade social studies worksheets. Future scholars, historians, and travelers will love them!
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Postal Abbreviations Map: Make It Short! Postal Abbreviations Map: Make It Short! Snail mail has some special features you don't find on e-mail.
Fun State Facts Fun State Facts This worksheet will challenge your fourth grader's knowledge of American history by asking him to match up fun state facts with their states.
Red Envelope: Year of the Snake Red Envelope: Year of the Snake According to Chinese zodiac legend, the snake is a smart animal!
Red Envelope: Year of the Goat Red Envelope: Year of the Goat The Year of the Goat, or the Year of the Sheep, is thought to bring prosperity.
Birthday Buddies Birthday Buddies Find out the names of some famous people that share your birthday month, then check and see what qualities you share!
Barack Obama Timeline Barack Obama Timeline Learn all about the events of President Barack Obama's life while sorting them into a timeline format.
Design Your Own Lincoln Memorial Design Your Own Lincoln Memorial Draw a creative monument for President Abraham Lincoln.
Cinco de Mayo Word Search Cinco de Mayo Word Search Use this Cinco de Mayo word search to learn some new words and study the events that make the day special.
Who Said That? Who Said That? Match the famous quote to the famous American in this quick quiz.
What Makes a Hero? What Makes a Hero? As your child is reading biographies about heroic Americans, challenge her to think about what kind of qualities make up a hero.
Museum Display Museum Display Have your third-grader draw upon some knowledge gained from writing a biography to complete this refreshing biography worksheet.
Environmental Heroes: Rachel Carson and Al Gore Environmental Heroes: Rachel Carson and Al Gore Read about two influential fighters for the environment, Rachel Carson and Al Gore, and see just how alike and different they are!
State Shapes: Midwest State Shapes: Midwest Can you label the states in the USA's Midwest region?
The Campaign Trail The Campaign Trail This critical thinking worksheet, part of our upcoming A Day in the Life of the President workbook, challenges kids to plain their own campaign tour!
What Are Time Zones? What Are Time Zones? Help your child learn how time zones work while getting a bit of math practice.
State Shapes: South State Shapes: South Label states in the southern states of the USA, from Texas to Tennessee.
Your third grader will learn about important U.S. cities, state flags, historical events, famous figures, and even the history of fireworks with this collection of third grade social studies worksheets. Future scholars, historians, and travelers will love them!