Third-grade - Social-studies concepts

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  • 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.

  • Learn About the Declaration of Independence

    On this worksheet, kids read about this important historical document and complete the sentences using what they learned.

  • 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.

  • Amelia Earhart Biography

    Learn more about this fascinating woman in history who became the first female to fly solo across the Atlantic.

  • 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.

  • Jackie Robinson Biography

    Help your budding reader learn how to spice up a boring biography by asking him to add in the details that make good writing even better.

  • Native American Beliefs: Animal Guides

    Spark your child's interest in Native American beliefs and traditions by teaching him about animal spirit guides with help from this worksheet.

  • Historical Heroes: Harriet Tubman

    Harriet Tubman not only helped slaves escape to freedom, she helped the Union in the civil war and was a women's rights advocate.

  • Native American Tribes: Iroquois

    Your young historian will learn about the Iroquois League with this worksheet. He'll learn some important U.S. history as he practices his reading.

  • History of Fireworks

    Why do we set off fireworks on the 4th of July? Find out all about the history of fireworks in this history worksheet.

  • The Battle of Bunker Hill

    The Battle of Bunker Hill was one of the early battles of the American Revolution. Discover the important features of the battle with this worksheet.

  • National Treasures: The Star-Spangled Banner

    Learn more about a patriotic piece of history with this informational page on the original Star-Spangled Banner.

  • Color a Native American Dreamcatcher

    Help your third grader say goodbye to nightmares and welcome pleasant dreams with her very own Native American-style dreamcatcher.

  • The Battles of Lexington and Concord

    The Battles of Lexington and Concord were the "shot heard around the world" and began the American Revolution.

  • Native American Tribes: Cherokee

    Discover the history of the Cherokee tribe with this worksheet all about Native American culture.

  • 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.

  • Lincoln Memorial Facts

    Located on the National Mall in Washington D.C. the Lincoln Memorial honors our 16th president.

  • Chinese Inventions

    Did you know that kites were originally invented by the Chinese? Learn a few more interesting innovations from Ancient China with this fun word search!

  • History of the Harlem Renaissance

    Learn more about the Harlem Renaissance, one of the most influential art scenes in American history.

  • Native American Tribes Map

    Help your child understand which tribal groups lived where with this Native American Tribes map.

  • Jamestown Colony

    Sail back in time to Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in North America, with this fun, fact-filled worksheet.

  • History of New York City

    How much do you know about the Big Apple? Learn all about the history of New York City with a fun worksheet!

  • Louis Braille

    Those tiny bumps on signs are one of the biggest inventions in modern history. Meet Louis Braille, a man who has helped millions of people worldwide.

  • Underground Railroad Map

    Board the Underground Railroad and learn a little bit about what life was like for the brave passengers.