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  • 3D and Photographic Tours - Geology of National Parks - This page lists national parks; click on the links to start an image tour.
  • 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.
  • Behind the Scenes with the National Zoo's Lion Cubs - Go behind the scenes with Great Cats Curator Craig Saffoe as he works with animal keepers and veterinarians to prepare the National Zoo's frisky lion cubs for their public debut.
  • Bold Kids Videos - Meet Scientists from Bold, a survey ship with high tech equipment to take samples of water.
  • Climate Change Kids Site - EPA - Find out about the greenhouse effect and how we can make a difference.
  • Fall Colors - Forest Service - When are the peak times to see the most color? Find out here.
  • Lion Cams - National Zoo - The Zoo is home to two adult female lions, Shera and Nababiep, and one adult male lion, Luke. Shera gave birth to four cubs on August 31. Watch this pride live on the National Zoos web cam.
  • NASA Education - Grades K-4 - Read stories, play games and learn all about space, including a listing of homework topics.
  • NASA Video Gallery - See the recent and most popular videos from NASA.
  • Ocean Explorer - The Ocean Explorer web site is entertaining and educational for you to learn about, discover, and virtually explore the ocean.
  • Ocean Portal - You Navigate - Meet amazing creatures, explore the depths of the sea, and discover your connection to the ocean. This site has images, videos, news updates, and cool ocean stuff.
  • Scientists @ the Smithsonian - Watch and read about these scientists at the Smithsonian. What kind of scientist would you like to be?
  • Sesame Street Videos - Watch videos and learn about numbers, the alphabet and much more.
  • Space Place Live - Kate and Carlos interview real scientists who work on space projects to find out what it's like to work as a scientist, how they got started in science, and what they like to do for fun.
  • Space Shuttle Discovery's Last Flight - Watch as the Discovery takes its final flight around the National Mall in Washington DC.
  • The Body Explained - This video production answers a number of common questions about how the body works. Covers topics such as why our ears pop, why we sneeze, and what causes hiccups.
  • Tsunamis Video - An animated short film to educate kids about tsunamis and how to be prepared.
  • Working at the National Aquarium - Kids.gov Video Podcast - Meet Jay and CJ from the National Aquarium in Washington DC. They talk about their jobs and Oleaner, an albino alligator.

Kids.gov is the U.S. government's official web portal for kids