Social Studies 3rd Grade Set
Students illustrate the ability to navigate maps and regions of the United States and the world. They will learn about different measurements of time including time, time zones, and timelines. They study Native Americans and Revolutionary leaders; national symbols, monuments and American folklore. They will also be introduced to economics, branches of government and what it means to be a citizen. One unit is devoted to the study of California, her statehood, history, the pony express, immigrants, and national parks, famous Californians, Chinatown and Hollywood.
Third grade social studies students illustrate the ability to navigate maps and regions of the United States, as well as the world around us. They study Native Americans, as well as Revolutionary leaders. Students learn national symbols, monuments and study American folklore. Third grade students learn economics, branches of government and what it means to be a citizen.
Starline Press is a character-based, state standards aligned, individualized and independent learning curriculum. Social Studies programs cover grade specific social studies topics including history, geography, citizenship, government and economics. Aligned to California state standards, each grade level provides self-directed instruction with minimal teacher supervision. Grades 3-8 complete twelve units (booklets) per year, with a suggested 3 week completion time frame. Grades 9-12 complete 5 booklets per semester or 10 per year. Consumable booklets are colorfully illustrated soft cover, although newer printings are more like booklets and do not have the perfect binding and glossy covers. Each grade level incorporates vocabulary lists, fill in the blank questions, chapter reviews, and unit tests, and writing assignments including reports and term papers. Please see publisher website for CA state standards correlation. Sold only as complete sets which include answer and test keys. ~ Deanne