www.4Kids.org

November 14, 2001

WOW! THIS PLACE IS HUGE!

Race over to www.montanakids.com and check out Montana Is for Kids. There aren't many states in the United States where the temperature drops 100 degrees in one day and the animals are as plentiful as the people. Future historians can use this site to learn about the Battle of Little Big Horn, Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull and Gen. George A. Custer. Nature lovers can enjoy Montana's beautiful outdoors in the Things to See and Do section. This site also highlights many tourist attractions: famous ghost towns and archaeology sites. Don't worry about speeding around this Web site. Montana recently raised its speed limits.

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

Kid Quest

Montana is home to the world's shortest river. What is its name, and how long is it?

RECYCLE NOW!

Go Dumpster-diving at Garbage, the trashiest place on the Internet at www.learner.org / exhibits / garbage / . This site is dedicated to dumping the problems of solid and hazardous wastes and sewage. Try the shrinking-a-landfill exercise in the Global Efforts section by reducing waste while staying within your $50,000 budget. A clean Earth is up to you. Don't waste time. Visit this site today.

Kid Quest

What percentage of landfills are leaking toxic materials into our groundwater?

ON THE LINE

Put your toe On the Line at www.ontheline.co.uk / explore / expindex.htm, which celebrates people who live along the Meridian line. Eight countries are featured: the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Algeria, Mali, Burkina Faso, Togo and Ghana. Also, learn about the oceans, rain forests and deserts of each country. Be sure to visit the beautiful slide shows.

Kid Quest

What is Algeria's favorite spectator sport?

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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