Third Grade Social Studies Geography WorksheetsList of all concepts available under this subject are listed below. Worksheets are organized under various concepts within the subject. Click on concept to see the list of all worksheets available for that concept.
- States and Capitals: Road Trip!
Kids use their knowledge of U.S. geography to write the missing state names that go with the capital cities on this third grade social studies worksheet.
- History of Nashville
Give your child a fun geography worksheet all about Nashville! He'll complete a word search and learn some fun facts about this city.
- Texas State Flag
Get to know the state of Texas, and color its state flag! Students will get to read a fun fact about the symbols on the flag as they color.
- Intermediate Directions
Give your growing geographer a hand learning intermediate directions (northeast, southwest, etc.) with a fun mapping activity.
- California State Flag
Get to know the U.S. states a little better with a state flag coloring page featuring the flag of California.
- My Family History
Ever wanted to know where your family came from? Trace the history of your family with this fun geography activity.
- Color the World! Champs Elysees
Stop by the Champs Elysees in Paris and give your child a fun dose of geography learning, from a mini world map to fun fact on the page. Let's color!
- Color the World! The Mongolian Steppe
Visit the Mongolian Steppe and learn a little about Mongolia's culture in this coloring page!
- American Food Map
Take a road trip to discover American food! Color and explore this map to find a few hot-spots for great American eats.
- Iowa State Flag
Make geography practice fun, with a state flag coloring page! Color the Iowa state flag, and read a fun fact about the flag's symbols.
- State Names: Map It Out
Boost your child's geography knowledge with this fun worksheet, which challenges her to fill in the missing U.S. State names.
- Alabama State Flag
Get to know the U.S. states with this handy state flag coloring page, featuring the Alabama state flag. This is a great way to practice geography.
- Arizona State Flag
Here's a fun way to get your child excited about U.S. geography. Color a state flag, and learn a fun fact about the symbols on it!
- Washington State Flag
Introduce your geography student to the Washington state flag, and the state seal, with a state flag coloring activity.
- History of St. Louis
Did you know St. Louis, Missouri is home to the famous Gateway Arch? Teach your child about the history of St. Louis with this fun worksheet.
- Sand Dunes
Learn how sand dunes form, and a little bit about desert formations like yardangs as well, in this science summary sheet.
- New York State Flag
Get a grip on geography, with a fun state flag coloring page. This one features the state flag of New York, and it needs some colors!
- Tennessee State Flag
How well does your student know his U.S. states? Give him a fun activity with this Tennessee state flag coloring page.
- History of San Antonio
Learn all about San Antonio, Texas, the home of the Alamo, with a fun history sheet! Your child will see a time line, complete a word search and much more.
- U.S. Map
Little geographers will love having this handy printable to help them memorize the U.S. states!
- What is a Plateau?
What is a plateau? What's the difference between a butte and a mesa? Look at these three land forms and learn to tell them apart with this worksheet.
- Crossword of the New 7 Wonders
Give your child tidbits of information about the New 7 Wonders of the World with this crossword puzzle worksheet.
- History of Detroit
Do you know how Detroit got its nickname "The Motor City"? Find out with this city history fun sheet!
- State Shapes: New England
Label each state using the state names in the word bank.