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Kid's Links



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Florida Department of State:  
Explore fun Florida Facts, Florida Symbols, Folk Life, Shipwrecks, and Museums.
 

 
  Kids.gov - The Official Kids Portal for the U.S. Government
A great place to learn about government, history, nutrition, reading and writing, and to play educational games and watch interesting videos.

   
  Ben's Guide to the U.S. Government for Kids
Learn about the Branches of Government, How Laws are Made, The History and Process of Voting, Symbols, Songs and Structures of the U.S. Government, Historical Documents, and more!
   
  The White House
A direct link to the White House, providing access to Inside the White House, History and Grounds, information on Our Government.
   
  Congress for Kids
Uncle Sam is your guide through "Congress for Kids".  This web site gives you access to interactive, fun-filled experiences designed to help you learn about the foundation of our federal government and how its actions affect you.
   
  Kids in the House:  U.S. House of Representatives
Learn what Congress is, How Laws are Made, U.S. Art and History, learn who works in the Capitol and what they do.
   
  NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Explore a site geared towards the education of children interested in the space program.
   
  U.S. Department of Energy - Energy Kids
Enjoy interactive activities that help kids learn about energy, different sources of energy, how to save energy, and much more.
   
  Florida Senate Handbook for Kids
   
  U.S. Environmental Protection Agency - Kids Club
This site allows children to learn about the environment and ways to keep it safe for the future.
   
  F.B.I. Kid's and Youth Educational Page
Kids can take part in a Special Junior Agent Program, play games, learn about crime prevention and crime detection.
   
   U.S. Department of Treasury - for Kids
Learn fun facts and trivia about coins and paper money.  There are also educational activities related to the history, security features and production of the redesigned currency.
   
  The Supreme Court
The Supreme Court is the highest court in the United States.  Learn more about how it works and some famous justices.
   
  Florida Department of Agriculture
"Fresh 2 U Nutritional Program for Kids",  "Planet Ag" - Agricultural Topics for Science Fair Projects.
   
 

Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Lots of fun and interactive activities that teach children about the environment.

   
  Online Sunshine
Links to the Florida Senate and House, the Florida Statutes, State Constitution, and more!
   
  Library of Congress
Meet amazing Americans, learn fun science facts, explore music, theatre, and dance at the Library of Congress web site.
   
  Smithsonian Kids
From Art to Zoo, the Smithsonian has something to interest kids and students of all ages.
   
 

National Institute of Environmental Health
Learn about the Environment and Your Health, how to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle, Our Natural World, Healthy Living, Pollution and Science-How it Works.

   
 

FEMA Preparedness Site for Kids
The Federal Emergency Management Agency's page for young learners features exercises and games to help kids practice valuable preparedness techniques.

   
  Smokey's Outpost
The U.S. Forest Service's beloved mascot, Smokey the Bear, is the star of this site that helps teach kids about wildfire safety through interactive activities and games.
   
  National Park Service's Kids Page
The NPS's page includes games and activities, along with Junior Ranger training materials for kids interested in learning about National Park stewardship.
   
  USDA for Kids
USDA Agricultural Research Service hosts these pages for children and teens - a site all about agriculture for curious kids that features fun project ideas and educational materials about working in agriculture.
   
  NOAA Fun for Kids
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has put together this fun page for kids with games, articles and other cool ways to learn about marine and weather science.
   
  The National Science Foundation Kids Page
The NSF has set up this page, filled with links to educational science-based sites for kids.
   
  CIA Kid's Zone
From the Central Intelligence Agency, this fun site teaches kids all about the agency and what they do through tutorials and games.
   
  NSA Crypto Kids
A site full of exciting games and kid-friendly information to teach youth about the National Security Administration and to help them understand the reality of what the department does and why.
   
  U.S. Census for Kids
The U.S. Census Bureau's site for kids, with games and activities to help children learn about the information gathered by the bureau, like fun facts about each state.
   
  Forming a Government
This web site provides many links to information concerning our founding fathers.

   
  The Center for Politics
This web site promotes the value of politics and seeks to improve civics education and increase civic participation through comprehensive research, pragmatic analysis, and innovative educational programs.
   
  The National Coalition on Black Civic Participation
The NCBCP strives to create an enlightened community by building institutional capacity at both the national and local levels that provides and develops African-American leadership.  By educating, organizing and mobilizing citizens in our communities, the Coalition seeks to encourage full participation in a barrier-free democratic process.
   
  CIRCLE
The Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement provides states and information regarding voter turnout in past elections, practices for youth voter mobilization, easier voting, and ways to boost youth voter turnout. 
   
  The Youth Leadership Initiative 
YLI conducts the largest secure student-only on-line mock election in the nation, using electronic cyber-ballots tailored to each student's home congressional district.  YLI is an ALL-YEAR, EVERY-YEAR civics education program.  Participation in the Mock Election, as is true for all YLI activities, is FREE!