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3rd Grade Social Studies

3rd Grade Social Studies

3rd Grade

Social Studies

Course Description:

Students in grade three learn more about our connections to the past and the ways in which particularly local, but also regional and national, government and traditions have developed and left their marks on current society, providing common memories. Emphasis is on the physical and cultural landscape of the United States, including the study of American Indians, the subsequent arrival of immigrants, and the impact they have had in forming the character of our contemporary society.

Semester 1

From HMH G3 Into Social Studies: Communities, Near and Far
Module 1: Mapping Our World
Module 2: Communities
Module 3: U.S. Geography
Module 4: People and the Environment
Module 5: Protecting Resources
Module 6: Communities Change
Module 7: Amazing Inventions
Module 8: Ancient Civilizations

Semester 2

Note: if the following section is blank the course is 1 semester long

Module 9: The First People
Module 10: Settling the Land
Module 11: Role of Citizens
Module 12: How America Works
Module 13: America: Heritage and Culture
Module 14: Culture: Expressions Around the World
Module 15: Producers and Consumers
Module 16: Saving and Spending

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