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By third grade, students should be ready to learn more about their connections to the past. They should begin to learn about local government and how local government and traditions have helped form the current society.
Third graders should begin to explore the physical and cultural landscape of their state and the country at large. They also should begin to learn more about the history of and arrival of immigrants and the impact they have had on their particular society.
Third grade students should also begin to use these manipulatives:
These will assist the third grader in organizing information about people, places and environments in a spatial context.
By third grade, students can begin to identify geographical features in their local region:
· Coastal areas,
They should begin to learn about and explore various national identities, beliefs, customs, traditions and folklore. A good classroom discussion would include topics on how immigrants adapted to the natural rugged environment, for example, how they made their clothing, obtained food, made tool and how they sheltered themselves.
Third graders should also begin to explore how community organized their system of government in relationship to the formation of federal and state government.
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