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Kids.gov:  A Safe place where kids can create, share and learn

Find links to government and other kids' sites -- just use the navigation bar above to browse through our site. Explore, learn, and have fun! (See: Kids.gov)

NGA Kids

The NGAkids Still Life (Shockwave, 8 MB)  helps you create interactive art that mirrors the paintings of the old masters.  Mix everyday objects and painted elements while experimenting with composition, scale, and perspective.  This Art Zone activity is suitable for all ages.  Young children can compose engaging interactive still lifes online while learning simple spatial and math concepts.  More advanced artists can create complex compositions and then switch to the painting mode to add and manipulate textured 'brushstrokes" that give the art a more abstract quality.  (See:  NGA Kids)

Environmental Kids Club

The EPA Environmental Kids Club is our Web site for kids. We'll help you explore your environment and learn how to protect it. We've got games, pictures, and stories.  (See: Environmental kids Club)

NASA Education

NASA will continue the Agency’s tradition of investing in the Nation’s education programs and supporting the country’s educators who play a key role in preparing, inspiring, exciting, encouraging, and nurturing the young minds of today who will be the workforce of tomorrow.  (See: NASA Education)

Free:  Federal Resources for Educational Excellence

FREE makes it easier to find teaching and learning resources from the federal government.  More than 1,500 federally supported teaching and learning resources are included from dozens of federal agencies. New sites are added regularly.   (See: FREE)

Teaching with the Web

Educational Technology Center, Kennesaw State University  (See:  Teaching with the Web)

Educator Resources

Welcome! If you are an educator or advocate of "The Wonderful Classroom,"please help yourself to these free creative resources from the team at FableVision Learning. They are designed to support your mission, and help ALL learners reach their full potential. Stay tuned for more, and feel free to share these resources with others in your school.  (See:  Educator Resources)

E-Learning for Kids

E-Learning for Kids is a free educational source for kids ages 5-12 for the purpose of providing quality information to all children around the globe. Its main intent is to help children improve their knowledge and talent in six main subjects which they believe are essential in todays age. The subjects include: Science, Language Arts, English Language, Math, Health & Life Skills, and Computer Skills.  (See:  E-Learning for Kids)

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Freely-Available online educational video resources.  (See:  American Speecch-Language-Hearing Association)

American Writers for Kids

You can search for information about authors and their books alphabetically or by state. Just go to the AUTHORS page and click on the map or an alphabet letter to get started. Then visit our LINKS page for more about young readers, writers, and books.  (See:  American Writers for Kids)

Smithsonian Kids

From Art to Zoo, the Smithsonian has something to interest kids and students of all ages. Begin your Smithsonian adventure by visiting some of the websites below.  (See:  Smithsonian Kids)

Internet Public Library (IPL)

ipl2 is a public service organization and a learning/teaching environment. To date, thousands of students and volunteer library and information science professionals have been involved in answering reference questions for our Ask an ipl2 Librarian service and in designing, building, creating and maintaining the ipl2's collections. It is through the efforts of these students and volunteers that the ipl2 continues to thrive to this day.  (See:  Internet Public Library)

Folger Shakespeare Library

The Folger is a world-renowned research center on Shakespeare and on the early modern age in the West. Its conservation lab is a leading innovator in the preservation of rare materials. Its well-known public programs include plays, concerts, literary readings, family activities, and exhibitions, as well as numerous K-12 and college programs for students and teachers. Advanced scholars participate in a variety of Folger Institute seminars and colloquia.  (See:  Folger Shakespeare Library)