A Tour Through the Bureau of Engraving and
Printing - Join Agents Cash and Banks on a fun and exciting tour through the Bureau of
Engraving and Printing. Learn about the history of United States currency in History Hall and the
process of making new currency in the Production Room. This is something you have to download, so
make sure to ask your parents first.
Activities - NASA Kids' Club - (National Aeronautics and Space
Administration) - Build a gingerbread robot and make a pop rocket!
Zone - What is a collage machine? Or a 3-D twirler? This site from the National Gallery
of Art has interactive art that you can make online.
Barney Cam - Meet Barney and Miss Beazley, the President's Scottish Terriers!
Watch their adventure getting ready for Miss Beazley's first holiday at the White House.
Beach Kids - Games - Shoot bacteria in the water, test you memory, or read a
Ben's Interactive Games - Try out these wordfinds, mazes and map
games to help you learn more about our government. To play any of these games, you need the
Macromedia Flash Player.
Building Blocks for a Healthy Future - (Department of Health and Human
Services) - The National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information advises - - be smart - - don’t
start! Learn the facts on just saying no to alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.
California Kids Corner-Stuff for Little Kids - Enjoy fun games,
puzzles, songs, stories, and much more all for you!
Catch a Counterfeit - A fun exercise that will allow players to
familiarize themselves with the new security features. The game also highlights some of the common
faults found in counterfeit bills.
Coast Guard Coloring and Activity Books - (U.S. Coast Guard) - If
you want to learn about the Coast Guard, scroll to the bottom of this page and read the Our Day
With the Coast Guard activity book.
(National Security Agency/Central Security Service) - Peer into the secret world of cryptology: making
and breaking codes. Play lots of games and activities at this site too!
Digging for Answers - (Smithsonian
Education) - Tests your research skills as well as your expertise. With each question, you have the
choice of answering on your own or trying to beat the clock as you search for the answer on a
Smithsonian website. (Flash required)
Drinking Water & Ground Water - Games and
Activities - Play word scrambles, a matching game and a game that lets you control the
Energy Kids Page - Fun and Games - Did you know that ink
and crayons are made from fossil fuels? Check out this site and find out other facts. Check out the
energy riddles page!
Kids - (Environmental Protection Agency) - Be an Energy Star! Find out how you and
your classmates can make big changes and help save the world.
Farm Service Agency for Kids - This site, from the Farm Service Agency, has fun
games to teach you more about farming, crops and ranches.
Kids - (Environmental Protection Agency) - Fish are healthy food, but some fish may not
be safe to eat because they are contaminated with chemicals. Before you go fishing or go to the
market, look for fish advisories that tell you which fish are safe to eat.
Food and Nutrition - BAM! - (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) - Find
recipes for quick, easy, tasty, and healthy treats. Play games on making good eating decisions. Find
out about healthy snacks.
Fun Activities from the Department of State - Did you know that
the U.S. Department of State gives people passports so they can travel to and from the United States?
Learn more about the passport process by playing these games.
Games - VA Kids, K - 5th Grades - make medals, beat the blocks, color, and
Games and Quizzes on Disasters and Preparedness -
(Federal Emergency Management Agency) - This page has over 20 games about disasters like
hurricanes, thunderstorms, earthquakes and more.
Garfield Star Sleeper - (National Center on Sleep Disorders Research) - Sleep
Well. Do Well. This site brings you information on sleep and how it helps you do your best.
Garfield's Comic Creator - You can create and print
your very own Garfield comic strips.
Grind Your Mind - BAM! - (Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention) - Skateboard with Matt through this animated quiz on peer pressure! Get the questions
right and check out Matt performing some cool tricks on his skateboard.
Habitat Adventure: Panda
Challenge - In "Habitat Adventure: Panda Challenge!", you will help make decisions
about a fictional forest reserve. You will use binoculars, field guides, a camera, and other tools, as
well as talk to local people to help you make the best decisions.
Image Ace - Satellite Map Game - By looking at satellite photos,
help Orbit find Terry Firma.
for Kids - Check out this site and you can learn concepts about maps and statistics
through cool games.
Meet Me At
Midnight - (Smithsonian American Art Museum) - This site presents a perplexing
scenario. An artwork, the dreaded Root Monster, comes alive and wreaks havoc in the galleries
overnight. Visitors choose a friend, a character that has been separated from its artwork, to help aright
the mixed-up museum and find its way back home.
Michael's Inside Scoop on Genetics -
BAM! - (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) - Your genes are instruction codes
for your body - telling cells what to do. These instruction codes do everything, from telling your body
when to start puberty to determining the shape of your nose.
Money Fun Facts & Trivia - Check out these fun facts
and trivia regarding our money.
MyPyramid.gov Blast Off Game - Kids can reach Planet Power by fueling
their rocket with food and physical activity. Fuel tanks for each food group help you keep track of how
your choices fit into MyPyramid. (Flash Player 7 required)
NASA Kids Club - This site has cool games - including exploring and
learning about space, building and launching rockets, exploring Mars, keeping airplanes on schedule
and helping a comet travel through the solar system.
NGA Kids -
Choose from a variety of activities or projects from the National Gallery of Art, enjoy an animated
musical adventure, take a tour through the sculpture garden, and more.
NGA Kids' Site - Games - (National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency) - Connect
the dots, make a map, word search, and more.
Page - (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences) - Learn how the
environment affects your health. Get ideas for science projects, tackle some brainteasers, and
NROjr.gov - Learn
about the wonders of science, math and space in a fun and interactive site.
Patent and Trademark Office Kids Page - (Patent and Trademark Office) - What
are patents, trademarks and copyrights you ask? Here you will find the answers to the most frequently
asked questions about "intellectual property."
Corps Challenge - This game gives you the opportunity to work in the fictional village of
Wanzuzu as a Peace Corps Volunteer.
Planet Protectors Club - Planet Protectors create less waste in the first place!
This site has games, activities and reading materials to help save our planet from too much
Playtime for Kids - This site provides links to all kinds of sites with information on
weather, science, and space.
Portrait for Kids - Follow the clues and help solve a make-believe mystery! Using
your noggin and a special spyglass tool, you’ll uncover hidden layers of the painting and learn
fascinating facts about the portrait along the way, from the National Gallery of Art. Let the sleuthing
Along - (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences) - NIEHS has included this
sing-along section to teach environmental health science through song.
Small Step Kids - What can healthy eating do for you? Find out by playing
around with these cool games and activities.
Place - Amazing facts and fun activities to do to learn more about space science.
Tough Choices - BAM! - Play against other contestants to
prove you can deal with tough choices.
Activity TV -
Free step-by-step video instructions with printable instructions for a wide array of fun activities for
children. This site covers a variety of topics, such as crafts, cooking, puppets, science, and more.
Animaland Activities - This site from the American Society
for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) has great information on caring for you pet, humane
education, games and cartoons and much more.
ArtGames - Artgames is an interactive website designed to engage
children in playful, interactive learning about works of art in the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo,
Network - You can play games, watch animated short movies and see the schedule of
shows. All with your favorite characters!
Museum of Manhattan - Explore five floors of exhibits: PlayWorks, Ancient Greece, Little
West Side, City Splash and Adventures with Dora and Diego.
Clifford the Big
Red Dog - Everyone's favorite big red dog! You can read along with Emily Elizabeth,
visit T-Bone's Town, get to know the Islanders, or play with Clifford!
CodeRedRover.org - Visit this cool site to learn about home
safety and health. Meet Rover, the home safety hound and get ready to become a safety ranger.
Coloring Book - National Geographic Kids - Pick a
picture of an animal, print it out and color it in. Print 'N' Go from National Geographic Kids.
Cooking with Children - For grownups, spending time in
the kitchen might be a chore, but for children the kitchen is a fun and exciting place. Children love to
cook and relish doing things like kneading and rolling out dough or cracking eggs and mixing
Crayola - Games and Fun - All kinds of fun activities to
help you express your imagination.
Your Own Adventure - Fill in the blanks and create a funny story with you in it!
Cub Scouts - Fun and Games - Enjoy this arcade of online games, designed
especially for Cub Scouts.
CyberChase Online - Companion site to CYBERCHASE, PBS’s new animated
math adventure series, intended to foster math literacy and problem-solving skills. Play interactive
games and crack challenging puzzles, meet the characters, and experience original adventures.
Destination Modern Art - Destination Modern Art has an interactive online gallery
and offers an introduction to The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and its affiliate, P.S. 1
Contemporary Art Center. Look carefully at works of art and learn about artists and their techniques.
Dive to the Abyss - You have been selected to lead an important dive mission;
you must explore the deep sea in a submersible.
Exploring the Science of Light - Has experiments and games to help kids learn
Games - National Geographic for Kids - Play fun games like
Recycle Roundup, Weather Word Search, Virtual Pet, and Baby Animal Memory. To try some of these
activities, you need the latest version of Flash.
Geography Games - National Geographic
Kids - Boost your knowledge of the world with the GeoBee Challenge, GeoSpy game
and learn the continents with Copycat.
Georgia Aquarium - Kids Corner - Check out the variety of fun activities. Use the
Animal Guide to learn more about many of the animals you will see when visiting the Aquarium so
you can easily identify them. Print off cool coloring pages to decorate animals you will encounter,
and learn more about the people who work with the animals on a daily basis.
Girls Only Interactive Self Esteem Zone - Self
Esteem Fund Tools. Confront and conquer your biggest beauty hang-ups here.
Harry Potter Pronunciation Guide - Just how do you
pronounce Hermione, anyway? What about Voldemort? This handy-dandy guide lets you hear how to
pronounce many of the names from the Harry Potter books.
Magazine - Highlights Magazine has been around for kids for long time. It's packed full
of stories and activities.
Journey to the Deep - Explore the oceans' habitats and encounter an array of
marine animals as you venture from a familiar rocky shoreline to the weird waters of the deepest
Life On the Edge - You are Professor Newton Skylar. You
miniaturise yourself and visit different zones along the coast - rocky shore, dunes and sandy beach.
Monterey Bay Aquarium Animals & Exhibits -
Information about the award-winning exhibits and animals on display at the Monterey Bay Aquarium,
Monterey, California, including live web cams, information about ocean life and educational
MouthPower.org - Let Mouthie take you into the MouthPower
laboratory. Experiment to find the healthiest choices about food, tobacco, and cleaning habits.
Explore the history of dentistry and the story of your own teeth! Then create your own poster about
healthy mouth habits.
Neighborhood - Are you unsure about some ot the scary (violent) things you see on TV
or read about? Make sure to talk about your concerns.
Music Around the World - Sesame Street Playlist - Learn with Grover and his
global love for music. (Flash required)
Games - Play match games, a scavenger hunt, and try out the minuet mixer!
Music, Art and Creativity - Sesame Street
Playlists - Browse and learn from different videos about art.
My First Garden - Students can learn about the beauty of gardens, and the
care involved in planning, nurturing and enjoying the benefits of gardening in a variety of spaces and
National Aquarium Exhibits - The Aquarium features hundreds of exhibits
featuring more than 16,500 animals. Find out what's happening now.
Kids - Do you like to surf the net? Learn how to be safe and have fun while surfing the
World Wide Web. Lots of games, too!
Open Ocean - Game - You are a fish. If you want to survive, you need
to adapt. Will you live long enough to be the very best?
Operation Extermination - Join Vinny on this week's funny adventure
into the insect world. See 3D comic strips and animation, meet the characters, and print coloring
Auto in the Otto Club - Brought to you by the trusted traffic safety leaders of AAA, the
Otto Club is filled with safety tips and advice, traffic safety-related guides, dozens of new links, and
much, much more.
PBS Kids Go - At
this fantastic website you can play with your favorite PBS characters! Check out lots of cool games or
be a history detective!
People and Places - Sesame Street Playlists - Watch videos
and learn about different people and places.
PestWorld for Kids: Learning Games - Mysterious and exciting,
the world of pests challenges us to understand what attracts these animals to our homes and yards.
Tackle the pest challenge with these learning games!
Playmusic.org - A cool site for kids from the American Symphony
Orchestra League. Learn all about classical music and the different instruments that make it.
Reading Planet - Reading is Fundamental - This site has read-along
stories and songs help you with spelling and pronunciation. You can also learn about illustrators and
Website - With several trumpet choruses and the appearance of a few of his most
beloved characters, visitors to the official Roald Dahl website are greeted in a fashion that befits one
of the 20th century's most loved authors of creative and intelligent books for children. (Flash Player
Seussville - Playground - All kinds of fun games on this
Dr. Seuss site.
Skeleton Jigsaws from the BBC - Imagine how
hard it is to reconstruct animals from fossil bones where many of the pieces are broken up or lost. Try
your luck with the jigsaws.
South Carolina Aquarium - Kids' Page - If you love science,
animals, nature, and the South Carolina Aquarium, this place is for you! Learn more about sea turtles
and watch them eat and check out Carly's Sea Star Captain's Log.
Where no two brains spark alike - this is a place where kids who learn differently can create awesome
stuff, play games, connect with other kids and discover new ways to succeed in school and in life.
Summer Reading Buzz - Feed the Reader Meter by logging how many books
you've read over the summer
Waldo? - Think you know what Waldo is about and what he’s up to, where he’s been and
where he’s going? Here’s where you can catch up on Waldo!
Find out about this show for kids on PBS! This fun site has cool info on the characters, facts about
animals, games, and coloring pages.
Page Revised - 8/18/2008