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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Native American Beliefs: Animal Guides Native American Beliefs: Animal Guides In Native American tradition, man and animals share a special bond.
U.S. Map U.S. Map Little geographers will love having this handy printable to help them memorize the U.S.
Oregon State Flag Oregon State Flag Did you know that the Oregon state flag has different images on either side?
History of the American Flag History of the American Flag How well do you know your country's flag? Now your child can learn about the history of the American flag with this great printable.
Clara Barton Clara Barton Learn more about Clara Barton, an incredible woman qho made many advances in medical care and started the American Red Cross.
State Flag of Wyoming State Flag of Wyoming Geography students, learn about the state flag of Wyoming with a coloring activity!
What is a Plateau? What is a Plateau? What is a plateau? What's the difference between a butte and a mesa?
New York State Flag New York State Flag Get a grip on geography, with a fun state flag coloring page.
Cave Formations Cave Formations Cave formations come in all kinds of shapes and sizes.
The Siege of Yorktown The Siege of Yorktown Your young historian can step back in time and read about an important battle that helped to end the American Revolution.
All About Ancient Egypt All About Ancient Egypt Introduce your elementary student to the history of Ancient Egypt with this fun activity worksheet, complete with a word search, quiz and word scramble.
Native American Tribes: Choctaw Native American Tribes: Choctaw Young readers can discover the history of the Choctaw Native American tribe with this history worksheet.
April Fools' Day History April Fools' Day History We all love a good prank on April Fools' Day, but how did April 1st come to symbolize such silliness?
New Jersey State Flag New Jersey State Flag Give your geography student a fun way to learn about the state of New Jersey with this state flag coloring page.
Wisconsin State Flag Wisconsin State Flag Learn all about the Wisconsin state flag with this fun coloring activity.
Native American Tribes: Pawnee Native American Tribes: Pawnee Native American history is an important part of U.S.
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!