AL.3. People, Places, and Regions: Geographic Studies: Students in Grade 3 learn from concrete experiences and benefit from resources such as pictures, graphs, maps, globes, and the World Wide Web (WWW) that help make abstractions more concrete.
1.2. Geography/History: Describe physical characteristics, including landforms, bodies of water, soil, and vegetation of various places on Earth.
1.2.3. Identifying the processes of Earth, including continental drift, erosion, natural hazards, weather, and climate.
1.3. Geography: Identify the components of various ecosystems.
1.3.1 Identifying ways in which humans alter the physical environment.
1.7. Economics/Geography: Describe the relationship between the locations of resources and patterns of population distribution in the Western Hemisphere.
1.7.1. Locating major natural resources and deposits throughout Alabama, the United States, and the Western Hemisphere.
1.7.3. Evaluating the geographic impact of using major energy and technological resources in the twenty-first century.