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Links to Fun & Learning for Kids

http://www.watereducation.org/doc.asp?id=1022 


The Regional Water Providers' Consortium created this special place to help everyone, especially kids, learn about how your water works. Here you'll find an interactive map and quizzes to explore. There are fun activities to download and complete too. Enjoy and come back often to discover more about your water and how it works


www.acnatsci.org/kids/index.html


In this site from the Academy of Natural Sciences you can have fun learning about everything from how you can help save the environment, what different types of scientists work at the Academy, programs for Boy and Girl Scouts, overnight sleepovers with the dinosaurs, and discovering what fun and adventure awaits you at the Academy of Natural Sciences.


www.fs.fed.us/biology/resources/kids.html


USDA Forest Service Kids Resource Center links to a wide variety of information for kids and others.  Projects, art, and experiments to involve kids and students with environmental protection from the U.S Environmental Protection Agency.


www.epa.gov/ow/kids.html