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                                Here is a list of kid and Teacher friendly websites.  

--1-- To visit the History of the White House's web page, click here.  

--2-- To visit the House of Representative's Kids web page, click here.   For Teachers, click here.

--3-- To visit the Department of State's youth website, click here.     For parents and educators, click here.  

--4-- To visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's kid-friendly sites, click here.

--5-- To visit the Department of Treasury's education web site, click here.  

--6-- To visit the Department Food and Drug Administration's Kids web page, click here.  

--7-- To visit the National Aeronautical and Space Agency's Kids web page, click here.  

--8-- To visit the National Forest Service's Smokey the Bear website, click here.  

--9-- To visit the National Crime Prevention dog's (McGruff) website, click here.  

--10-- To visit the National Institute of Health Science's kids website, click here.  

--11-- To visit the CIA kids web page go to: https://www.cia.gov/kids-page/index.html  

--12-- To visit the Federal Bureau of Investigation's youths (6th grade to 12th grade) website, click here.  

--13-- To visit the Library of Congress's family website, click here.     For Teachers, click here.  

--14-- To visit the government's website for kids, click here.        For grown-ups, click here.                                 

--15-- To visit the United Nation's kids website, click here.  

--16-- To learn about our national  Debt (non-governmental site), click here.  

--17-- To see a list of all of the U.S. Presidents, their wives and more (non-governmental site), click here.  

--18-- To understand the Presidential powers under the Constitution (non-governmental site), click here.  

--19-- To look at what "Civics" means and how politics work, click here.   For teachers, click here.
     This is Sandra Day O'Connor's new and up-dated website.

--20-- To access various agencies' kids related web pages (Government Agency for Kids), click here.

--21-- To access Government for Kids (K-5), click here.

--22-- To access a vast range of civic information geared for kids (Desk of Power), click here.

--23-- To find out interesting information about Theodore Roosevelt, Click here.

--24-- To find out more about the history of the citizenship and naturalization process, click here.

Stay tuned this list will grow over time....   (up-dated: 10/03/2013)

To everybody out there, thanks for your input!