Social Studies Week One THIRD Grade
What landforms or bodies of water border SC on the north, south, east and west sides of the state?
North: North Carolina • South: Georgia • East: Atlantic Ocean • West: Georgia
What is the name of the mountain range in South Carolina? Why are these mountains rounded?
The Blue Ridge Mountains. • They are rounded because they are very old and have been weathered down.
Swamps are wetlands that have mainly trees and bushes; Marshes are wetlands that have primarily grasses.
1 2 3 Identify the regions of our state numbered above:
1. Piedmont Region • 2. Sandhills Region • 3. Coastal Zone Region
Population Key: Square: 30,000 to 50,000 Circle: 50,000 to 90,000 Triangle: 90,000 or more Which cities would a business think about moving to if they wanted the largest population nearby?
Which highway would be best to use if traveling from Charleston to Spartanburg?
What city is the capital of South Carolina and how is it identified on a map?
Columbia is the capital of South Carolina and has a star instead of a dot to identify it on a map.
Which highway would be best to use if traveling from Rock Hill to Columbia?
Which of the regions in SC is known for its rolling hills and extremely fertile soil?
Which region in SC is mountainous and has many hardwood forests, streams and waterfalls?
Which region in SC follows the Atlantic Ocean, consists of barrier islands, marshes and natural harbors and has a large tourism industry?
Which region in SC has swift flowing rivers supplying water power, red clay, and is at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.