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Third Grade (Grade 3) Local History, Geography, and Culture Questions

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Grade 3 Georgia
Who is the leader of Georgia?
  1. Mayor
  2. Governor
  3. President
  4. Teacher
Grade 3 North Carolina
In what ways do miners in North Carolina modify the environment?
  1. by using irrigation
  2. by wearing warm clothing
  3. by digging beneath Earth's surface
  4. by constructing large reservoirs
Grade 3 Georgia
Which is an example of a STATE legislative body?
  1. Clayton County Commission
  2. Georgia General Assembly
  3. Atlanta City Council
  4. United States Congress
Grade 3 Michigan
What is the capital of Michigan?
  1. Lansing
  2. Lake
  3. Detroit
  4. Michigan
Grade 3 Wyoming
Dinosaurs that eat both plant and animals are called
  1. herbivores
  2. carnivores
  3. omnivores
  4. dinovores
Grade 3 Wyoming
Dinosaurs that are plant eaters are called
  1. herbivores
  2. carnivores
  3. omnivores
  4. dinovores
Grade 3 South Carolina
In Boston and Charleston, South Carolina there were "tea Parties". What happened in Charleston?
  1. Tea was stored in a warehouse and not allowed to be sold
  2. tea was dumped into the harbor
  3. tea was sold to the British
  4. tea was burned by the Native Americans
Grade 3 South Carolina
How was South Carolina affected by The American Revolution?
  1. parts of South Carolina were destroyed
  2. many houses and plantations were burned
  3. mills were destroyed
  4. all of the above
Grade 3 South Carolina
How did South Carolinians help Boston after the Tea Party?
  1. They sent supplies to Boston
  2. They sent troops to Boston
  3. They sent ships to Boston
  4. They opened their homes to Bostonians
Grade 3 South Carolina
What invention in the early 1900s allowed people and goods to move throughout South Carolina?
  1. trains
  2. automobiles
  3. planes
  4. steamships
Grade 3 Louisiana
What is the State Flower of Louisiana?
  1. Rose
  2. Daisy
  3. Magnolia
  4. Tulip
Grade 3 North Carolina
Which human feature makes power in North Carolina?
  1. a dam
  2. a canal
  3. a tunnel
  4. a reservoir
Grade 3 North Carolina
What are the Mountain, the Piedmont, and the Coastal Plain?
  1. forest in North Carolina
  2. regions of North Carolina
  3. bodies of water in North Carolina
  4. climates in North Carolina
Grade 3 Louisiana
What makes the heritage festival in New Orleans unique?
  1. It honers the history and culture of the people of New Orleans
  2. It honors the person who first came to New Orleans.
  3. It honors the people who work.
  4. It honors a battle.
Grade 3 South Carolina
South Carolina led the South in the production of what good by 1910?
  1. textiles
  2. rice
  3. automobiles
  4. paper
Grade 3 Georgia
Who is the Executive Leader for the state of Georgia?
  1. President Barack Obama
  2. Senator Johnny Isackson
  3. Mayor Randy Toms
  4. Governor Nathan Deal
Grade 3 Michigan
What is Michigan's bird?
  1. robin
  2. sparrow
  3. bird
  4. flamingo
Grade 3 Wyoming
Casper used to be covered in                 A LONG TIME AGO.
  1. desert
  2. water
  3. mountains
  4. volcanoes
Grade 3 Louisiana
Which of these is not a city in Louisiana?
  1. Houston
  2. Baton Rouge
  3. Shreveport
  4. New Orleans
Grade 3 South Carolina
How did South Carolinians protest the Intolerable Acts?
  1. By refusing to sell goods to Britain
  2. By closing Charleston Harbor
  3. By dumping tea into Charleston Harbor
  4. By boycotting British goods
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