3rd Grade Social Studies Communities Unit 1 Study Guide
A place where people live, work, and play.
A place that is not that far away from an urban community. It will have a little more space between houses.
The study of Earth and the way people and animals live on it.
Relating to a city and it's surrounding communities.
A material found in nature that people use.
A community near a large city.
To travel a distance to and from work.
An imaginary line around the Earth half way between the North and South Pole.
A round model of the world.
A way of getting from one place to another.
What are the 5 regions of the United States?
Midwest, Southwest, Northeast, West and Southwest
High flat area that rises steeply above the surrounding land.
Large area of flat land.
High landform with steep sides. Higher than a hill.
Land that has water on all sides but one.
Rounded raised land form not as high as a mountain.
Area of low land between hills or mountains.
Deep river valley with steep sides.
Land that is surrounded on all sides by water.
Mountainous vent into the earth's crust.
Can be replaced, more is made quickly. Example: Leaves
Can not be replaced, the Earth doesn't make more quickly. Example: oil
What are 3 different types of communities
Urban, rural, suburban
What is a capital?
A city where a country or state has it's government offices.
What is the capital of Illinois?
If residents commute back and forth from the suburbs to the city, they must use different types of transportation. List three different types of transportation a commuter might use.
car, train, boat
Illinois is located in what region of the U.S?
Much of the midwest is flat land which is good for farming. What is this flat land called?
The Southwest region has many ________.
Our countries tallest mountains are in the ______, but other regions have mountains too.
People that live in communities that may have dangerous weather ______________ to keep safe.
How do people adapt to the climate where they live?
If you live in a snowy place, you adapted by wearing snow boots and jackets.
A map is always much smaller than the place it shows. So a map uses a ________ to show the real distances between two places on a map.