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Vocabulary 303 Social Studies

Vocabulary 303 Social Studies
Vocabulary 303 Social Studies
Vocabulary 303 Social Studies
Vocabulary 303 Social Studies
Vocabulary 303 Social Studies
Vocabulary 303 Social Studies
Vocabulary 303 Social Studies
Vocabulary 303 Social Studies
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A complete set of 3rd grade Social Studies Vocabulary. The academic vocabulary in this 41 page set of activities covers the essential concepts for 3rd grade culture, economics, history geography, and government.

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Included in this Social Studies Vocabulary Pack are:
• 77 vocabulary words such as “landforms, constitution, inventors, historical figure, free market, adapt, budget, region”
• 5 Types of Activities
• 2 Quizzes
• 6 sorting organizers
• 5 crossword puzzles
• 2 matching practice pages
• Word cards for flash cards, card games, and sorting
• Word list with Synonyms
• Student notes pages grouped by Social Studies strands
• A Marzano style notebook learning page
• Answer keys
• Directions, suggestions, and ideas

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Aligned with Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) and with National Social Studies Standards.

Standards addressed
National Standards for Civics and Government for K-4:
I. What is Government and What Should It Do?
A. What is government?
B. Where do people in government get the authority to make, apply, and enforce rules and laws and manage disputes about them?
C. Why is government necessary?
D. What are some of the most important things governments do?
E. What are the purposes of rules and laws?
F. How can you evaluate rules and laws?
G. What are the differences between limited and unlimited governments?
H. Why is it important to limit the power of government?

III. How Does the Government Established by the Constitution Embody the Purposes, Values, and Principles of American Democracy?
A. What is the United States Constitution and why is it important?
B. What does the national government do and how does it protect individual rights and promote the common good?
C. What are the major responsibilities of state governments?
D. What are the major responsibilities of local governments?
E. Who represents you in the legislative and executive branches of your local, state, and national governments?

Academic Vocabulary Word Work
Academic Vocabulary 3.01 Grade 3 Reading
Academic Vocabulary 3.03 Grade 3 Social Studies
Total Pages
41 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
1 Year
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