We Bet You Can't Answer All of These 3rd Grade History Questions
By: Heather Cahill
About This Quiz
Do you think that the 3rd grade is now a lot easier than it was when you were in school? Think again! 3rd Grade history includes a variety of different subjects: Ancient Rome and Ancient Greece, and even a little bit of American history will show up in this grade. If you know your stuff when it comes to these subjects, this is the quiz for you.
Do you know some important figures in world history and what they have done? What about some basic Greek Mythology? Can you name the father of the Renaissance? What do you know about the American national anthem? Do you know about the Vikings and their ways of life? What about Native American tribes and their customs? Knowing an array of historical figures throughout time will help you out with this quiz because there's a lot of history to learn in the 3rd grade!
The kids of today learn many facts about different civilizations and time periods throughout the world. It's always important to know what happened in the past so that we can understand the future. So, if you think you have a vast knowledge of history and you think you can pass a 3rd Grade history test, take this quiz to see your score!
What day was the Declaration of Independence signed?
The Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776. This is a crucial document for the United States because it states the independence of the country.
What did the people of Ancient Greece use to create pottery?
Clay was used to create the pottery from Ancient Greece, and it was important and unique to the people of that nation. The pottery was made in a variety of ways, which included plain clay and painted clay.
Hades is the Greek God of the Underworld- his parents were Cronus and Rhea. It is commonly said that Hades didn't like that he received the Underworld and resented his brothers, Zeus and Poseidon, because of it.
What from Ancient Greece has influenced our modern life?
The architecture of Ancient Greece has influenced the buildings that we know today because it was not only beautiful but also very well designed. Many houses built at the time of Ancient Greece were built with clay.