Third-grade - Social-studies concepts
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- Learn About the Declaration of Independence
On this worksheet, kids read about this important historical document and complete the sentences using what they learned.
- Illustrate the Bill of Rights
Help your child learn about this important part of U.S. history and understand the rights he has as a citizen with this social studies worksheet.
- Learn About the U.S. Constitution
Teach your kids about the U.S. government with a lesson on the Constitution.
- Learn About Your State
Do you know your state? Challenge yourself with this worksheet, and try to answer the 13 trivia questions about your state.
- Local Government
Your young learner will discover the basics of local government with this worksheet all about municipalities.
- Government Crossword
This government crossword will help your young citizen understand the roles and responsibilities of local and state governments. Try our government crossword.
- History of Washington DC
Is Washington DC a U.S. state or a city? Find out about our nation's capital with this fun, informative history worksheet.
- Washington Monument Model
Get acquainted with one of our nation's most famous buildings, the Washington Monument, by building a small paper model!
- Letter to the Editor
Help your little journalist use her voice and write a letter to the editor of a local newspaper. She'll get writing practice and learn about her community.
- 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!
- Security Briefing
Play the role of the president and make the tough decisions about security around the nation. What will you do about computer hackers and jewelry thieves?
- Ruth Bader Ginsburg Biography
Introduce your child to the United States judicial system and a famous lady who knows how to lay down the law -- Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg!
- Categorize the 2016 Presidential Candidates
Get ready for the 2016 Presidential election! Help your child organize the candidates based on political party with this 2016 Presidential candidates card game.