Third-grade - Social-studies concepts

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  • History of Sacramento

    Did you know that gold was first discovered in Sacramento? Teach your child about the history of Sacramento with this fun worksheet!

  • Cave Formations

    Cave formations come in all kinds of shapes and sizes; get the scoop on common cave formations with this two page printout with a maze and vocabulary.

  • State Trivia

    Think your child knows his U.S. States? Test his knowledge with this fun roundup of state trivia.

  • Illinois State Flag

    Learn about geography with a fun coloring activity. Add in the correct colors to the Illinois state flag, and read a fun fact about its symbols.

  • 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.

  • Utah State Flag

    Color the Utah state flag in this fun and informative coloring page! Geography students can learn the flag's symbols as they add in the correct colors.

  • History of Seattle

    Did you know Jimi Hendrix was actually born in Seattle, Washington? Teach your child about the history of Seattle with this fun worksheet.

  • Maryland State Flag

    Geography students, here's a fun coloring page that will teach you about the Maryland state flag! Read a fun fact about the flag's symbols as you color.

  • Color the World! Ha Long Bay

    Home to a collection of rock formations, the cliffs around Ha Long Bay form islands and grottos known for their natural beauty.

  • National Landmarks: Washington Monument

    What state is the Washington Monument in? See if your second grader knows the answer in this worksheet.

  • History of Los Angeles

    Did you know there are over 2,400 stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame? Teach your child about the history of Los Angeles with this fun worksheet.

  • History of Montgomery

    Welcome to Montgomery, Alabama! Learn all about this history-rich city with a fun info sheet that includes a word search, timeline and a quiz question.

  • Mapping Coordinates

    Young explorers can learn about mapping coordinates with this introductory sheet about latitude and longitude.

  • New Mexico State Flag

    How well does your child know his U.S. states? Here's a fun activity to learn about New Mexico, with a state flag coloring page.

  • Connecticut State Flag

    Geography students, learn a bit more about the state of Connecticut by coloring its state flag. Read a fun fact about the symbols on the flag as you color.

  • Ohio State Flag

    Here is a fun activity for beginning geography students. Color the state flag of Ohio, and read a fun fact about the symbols on the flag as you go.

  • Georgia State Flag

    This state flag is missing some colors! Give your geography student a fun activity, with a Georgia state flag coloring page.

  • State Shapes: South

    Label states in the southern states of the USA, from Texas to Tennessee.

  • State Shapes: Southeast

    Label a group of states without the benefit from having the context of the entire US map.

  • Arkansas State Flag

    Get to know the state of Arkansas a bit better, with a state flag coloring page. Read a fun fact about the symbols on the flag as you color!

  • Learning U.S. Capitals

    This picture puzzle will help your fourth grader learn more about the state capitals.

  • Florida State Flag

    Get to know the state of Florida by coloring its state flag. Your geography student will read a fun fact about the state seal as he colors.

  • Cootie Catcher: Exploring the New 7 Wonders of the World

    Inspire interest in historical sites by learning about the New 7 Wonders of the World with this fun cootie catcher activity.

  • North Dakota State Flag

    Get to know your state flags with a fun coloring page! This one features the state flag of North Dakota, which has a symbol that your student may recognize.