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What does every day social studies inquiry look like?
Check out this 3rd Grade Social Studies Lesson "Using Inquiry to Launch a Lesson: American Indians" For lesson resources and more videos visit the Everyday Inquiry in Elementary Social Studies Video Series.
3rd Grade Georgia Standards of Excellence for Social Studies
Third Grade Teacher Notes
British Colonial America Part 1
British Colonial America Part 2
Early American Indian Cultures Part 1
Early American Indian Cultures Part 2
European Exploration of North America
Third Grade Curriculum Map
Unit 1: Connecting Themes Source SetUnit 2: United States Geography NEW Document SetUnit 3: American Indians: Past and Present NEW Source SetUnit 4: Let’s Go Exploring Source Set-Part 1 NEW Source Set-Part 2Unit 5: British Colonial America Source SetUnit 6: American Government Basics Source SetUnit 7: Economics 101 Source Set
Unit 2: Topic – Rivers & Mountain Ranges of the U.S. Rivers & Mountain Ranges
Unit 5: Topic - Life in the Three Colonial Regions of the U.S.
Topic - Learning From Artifacts
Inquiry Stations: American Indians – 3H1a-b, 3G3a, 3E1a
Investigating Explorers – 3H2, 3G3b
Reading Like a Historian
Using Fiction to Understand History
Using Historical Images
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