Third Grade Social Studies Unit 1

  1. A city where a country or state has its government.
    Capital
  2. A place where people live, work, play and help each other.
    community
  3. A community of living and non-living things.
    ecosystem
  4. The study of Earth and the people and animals that live in it.
    geography
  5. The people who guide a city, state, or country by making laws and keeping order.
    government
  6. Shapes of the Earth's surface.
    Landforms
  7. Something found in nature that people use.
    Natural Resources
  8. A resource that cannot be easily replaced - like metals, coal, oil, and fossil fuels.
    Non-renewable resources
  9. A resource that can quickly/easily be replaced like water, air, and plants.
    renewable resources
  10. An area of flat land that is higher than the land around it.
    Plateau
  11. An area of flat land.
    plain
  12. A geographic area that has things in common.
    region
  13. To make something that is trash into something that is useful again.
    Recycle
  14. To use less of something.
    Reduce
  15. Instead of throwing something away, you use it again.
    Reuse
  16. A community that has farms and open lands around it.
    Rural
  17. A community near a city with its own homes, stores, and schools.
    Suburb
  18. A city and the communities that surround it.
    Urban
  19. Image Upload 1
    Missouri map
  20. Image Upload 2
    World map
  21. Image Upload 3
    United States map
  22. Name 3 fun things to do in St. Louis.
    • Examples are...
    • The zoo, Magic House, City Museum, Six Flags, Arch, Cardinals game
  23. Where would you find this?  urban, suburb, or rural
    Image Upload 4
    Rural
  24. Is this something that is urban, suburb, or rural?Image Upload 5
    urban
  25. Is this urban, suburb, or rural?
    Image Upload 6
    suburb
  26. Name one way you could help your community.
    • Examples:
    • donate food, pick up trash
  27. The United States is split up into 5 geographic areas called...
    Regions
  28. Name the United States' 5 regions.
    • Northeast
    • Southeast
    • Midwest
    • Southwest
    • West
  29. Renewable or NonrenewablejQuery112408549790438924554_1566289224353  Corn
    Renewable
  30. Renewable or nonrenewable?  Lead
    nonrenewable
  31. Name 4 more renewable resources.
    • apples
    • water
    • air
    • wood
    • (Name your own)
  32. Name 4 non-renewable resources...
    • Gold
    • Coal
    • Oil
    • and fossil fuel
  33. Name one way to "master" (control) our natural resources.
    • Build dams to use water to make electricity.
    • Build levees to control floods.
    • Build bridges to get over water.
    • Can you think of more???
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Third Grade Social Studies Unit 1
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3rd Grade Social Studies Unit 1
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