Ben's Guide to the US Government: Visit this site that explains the workings of the federal government differently depending on the age of the child. There's also a section for parents and teachers. Sponsored by the Government Printing Office.
America's Story: You can meet great Americans, hear songs and watch movies from America's past, and more. Visit America's Library, sponsored by the Library of Congress.
Justice for Kids and Youth: Ever been inside a courtroom? Ever wondered what you can do to prevent crime? Visit this site, sponsored by the Department of Justice.
Jobs for Kids Who Like... This is a really cool page that lets you match your interests with possible careers. Sponsored by the Department of Labor.
Explorer's Club: Lots of interesting things about recycling, plants and animals, air pollution, and the environment. Sponsored by the Environmental Protection Agency.
FEMA Kids: Floods, earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, wildfires...got your attention? Check out this site! Sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Smokey Bear: Learn about Forest Fire Prevention, Smokey the Bear, games, and more from the U.S. Forest Service.
The White House 101: Who wouldn't want a tour of the White House? Learn about Presidential Pets, and more. Sponsored by the White House.
Celebrating America's Freedoms: Fun facts about how our Nation's flag got the nickname "Old Glory," how the words in the Pledge of Allegiance have changed through the years, and why we hear "Taps" played at memorial services. Sponsored by the Veterans Administration.
Treasury's Page for Kids: OK - here's something we all want to know about: money! Find out about savings bonds, learn about how money is made, and even meet some of the dogs who help in drug enforcement. Sponsored by the Treasury Department.
Social Security Kids' Place: You've heard of "social security" - right? This web site explains how it works. Sponsored by the Social Security Administration.
NASA Kids: Learn about space and beyond, rockets and airplanes, and read about astronauts. From here you can even find out about space camp and what the government is doing to investigate UFOs. Cool. Sponsored by NASA.
Kids on the Web: Color a Prairie Chicken. Read about a Black-Footed Ferret. Wish upon a star. Follow the migration of shore birds. Visit historical landmarks. Go coal mining. It's all here. Sponsored by the Department of Interior.
Kids' Page: Find out why laughing is good for you. Games and puzzles and information about environmental health. Don't know what that is? Then visit this site! Sponsored by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.
Learning Web: Take an electronic field trip of Glacier National Park. See maps of the world. Monitor active volcanos. Sponsored by the U.S. Geological Survey.
Planet Youth: Meet Native American artists and learn about Native American customs. Sponsored by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The National Zoo: Meet new zoo babies, play games, and see pictures of animals. Sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution.
Star Child: If you've ever wanted to be an astronaut, definitely check this out! You'll learn about the solar system, the universe, and (ta-da!) space stuff. Sponsored by NASA.
Hey Kids!: Ever hear your folks tell you, "better safe than sorry?" Well, this site tells you how to be safe. It talks about wearing bike helmets, making sure you have safety gear when you use your in-line skates, and how to prevent skateboard injuries. Sponsored by the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Fun with Health: Learn what happens when somebody gets sick, learn about the dangers of drugs, and take a food safety quiz. Sponsored by the Department of Health and Human Services.
Energy Kids Zone: Energy science, games, and education.