3rd Grade Social Studies

Welcome to our 3rd Grade Social studies list that we’ve compiled. Use it to check with your curriculum or to make your own. Feel free to use our printable.

Geography

Read a letter-number grid

Use a letter-number grid

Read a map: cardinal directions

Identify oceans and continents

Select oceans and continents

Name oceans and continents

Major U.S. cities

Identify urban, suburban, and rural areas

Compare urban, suburban, and rural areas

States

Identify states of the West

Select states of the West

Name states of the West

Identify states of the Midwest

Select states of the Midwest

Name states of the Midwest

Identify states of the Southeast

Select states of the Southeast

Name states of the Southeast

Identify states of the Northeast

Select states of the Northeast

Name states of the Northeast

Identify the 50 states

Select the 50 states

Name the 50 states

State capitals

Identify state capitals of the West

Name state capitals of the West

Identify state capitals of the Midwest

Name state capitals of the Midwest

Identify state capitals of the Southeast

Name state capitals of the Southeast

Identify state capitals of the Northeast

Name state capitals of the Northeast

Identify the 50 state capitals

Name the 50 state capitals

Historical figures

Benjamin Franklin

Paul Revere

Thomas Jefferson

Davy Crockett

John Deere

Abraham Lincoln

Frederick Douglass

Susan B. Anthony

Harriet Tubman

Sitting Bull

Thomas Edison

Theodore Roosevelt

George Washington Carver

Amelia Earhart

Thurgood Marshall

Rosa Parks

Jackie Robinson

Cesar Chavez

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Neil Armstrong

Government

Purpose of government

Local government

State government

Federal government

The Constitution

The Bill of Rights

Checks and balances

Presidential elections

American symbols, landmarks, and monuments

Identify American symbols

Identify American landmarks and monuments

The American flag

The White House

The Washington Monument

The Lincoln Memorial

The Statue of Liberty

The Empire State Building

The Golden Gate Bridge

Mount Rushmore

Cultural celebrations

Día de los Muertos

Thanksgiving

Hanukkah

Rosh Hashanah

Kwanzaa

Christmas

Easter

Lunar New Year

Ramadan

Holi

Basic economic principles

What is economics?

Natural resources

Goods and services

Producers and consumers

Supply and demand

Understand quantity supplied and quantity demanded

Understand overall supply and demand

Create and use supply and demand curves

Identify shortage and surplus

Identify shortage and surplus with graphs

Identify shortage and surplus with data

Social studies skills

Identify facts and opinions

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