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Ben's Guide to US Government for Kids
For kids K-12 - Sing the ABC's of national government. Put the United States back together and learn the history of the bald eagle and statue of liberty.

The White House
Learn about Flat Stanley's visit with George Bush, Why tee-ball is being played on the lawn, and what really goes on in the White House.

The Department of Justice
Help the Justice Department by knowing Cyber ethics, the tools for crime prevention, and get an inside scoop on the inner workings of the courtroom.

Politics for Kids
find out how government affects your life every day, how voting has changed in the last 130 years and see if you have what it takes to be the next President.

FBI Kids
What is it exactly that the FBI does? Click here to get the Inside Story.

First Ladies of America
From Martha Washington to Laura Bush, the First Ladies have been the women behind the scenes who have supported our Nation's Leader.

U.S. Presidents
contains a list of all the presidents, from the nation's birth to present day. Find out what they liked to eat and what they liked to do.

Take Your Kids to Vote
You can be involved in the voting process. Lists ways kids can be involved with their parents in discussing relevant issues related to voting.

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