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September 05, 2001

4Kids: FEATURED SITE of the Month

ORDER IN THE COURT!

Become a junior crime fighter at the U.S. Department of Justice Kids & Youth site at www.usdoj.gov / kidspage / .In the games section, you can transform into a special agent and go on a top secret assignment or play a sliding tile puzzle game. This site serves as a valuable tool in helping you surf the Web safely, so check out the Internet do's and don'ts. You can learn about the civil rights that people have fought for through the years. Finally, let this page guide you on a field trip to the federal courts where you can learn about the federal justice system. Your first mission as a junior special agent is to visit this Web site.

Kid Quest: Nominate a cool Web site at www.4Kids.org / nominations /

To stay safe, what "system" should you use?

A CASE OF THE ITCHIES

Buzz with the bees and Lanakids at www.lanakids.com. This site, sponsored by Lanacane, reveals the secrets of staying itch free throughout the year. Load up on cool itch facts and swimming safety tips. Then learn how to avoid frostbite and why winter weather makes skin itchy. The winter "warm-ups" and the "freeze free" fun will keep you going all winter.

Kid Quest: What weather condition increases the mosquito population?

STANLEY STAT AND PIE CHART PAM

Join the National Agricultural Statistic Service at NASS Kids Agriculture & Math Fun Web site. Add www.usda.gov / nass / nasskids / kidpg.htm to your bookmarks. Stanley Stat will tell you all about statistics. Pie Chart Pam will sort out graphs and charts for you. Finally, don't forget to check out the fun games, jokes, coloring book and much more.

Kid Quest: Statistics is the branch of mathematics that deals with what?

To complete the Kid Quest Challenge, visit the Web sites in this issue to find the answers to the questions, then go to www.4Kids.org / kidquest /

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