ChildStats.gov This web site offers easy access to federal and state statistics and reports on children and their families, including: population and family characteristics, economic security, health, behavior and social environment,and education.
CIA Kid's Page The Central Intelligence Agency's job is to help the President, the National Security Council, and all other government officials who make and carry out US national security policy.
Colorodo's Kids Page This page was developed with the elementary student in mind by responding to the most frequently asked questions (FAQ's) we have received
Fire Administration Kids Page The Kids United States Fire Administration Page is full of tips that can help you and your family be safe from fire.
Florida Kids This page is for you to join the Florida Department of State in its programs about Florida. You can find out about the state flags, emblems, symbols, history facts, famous people, place names and lots more.
Geographic Learning Site We hope you'll find this site fun and educational. You'll learn all about the U.S. Department of State: the interesting countries where U.S. Diplomats work; places where the Secretary of State travels; geographic Hot Spots and Cool Sites; international affairs and important international issues; and more!
Kids Links This site is intended for children of all ages. The site provides links to health, safety and Native American culturally-related sites. The linked pages range from games and information for young children as well as research material for older children.
Kid Zone Illinois Illinois is the sixth most populous state in the country. Learn about the state symbols, capitols, and other interesting information by clicking on the state flag.
Law-4-Kids Information about questions you may have about the legal system.
Learn About the State Department The Executive Branch and the Congress have constitutional responsibilities for U.S. foreign policy. Within the Executive Branch, the Department of State is the lead U.S. foreign affairs agency, and the Secretary of State is the President's principal foreign policy adviser.