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Fun & Games

Africa for Kids
Follow Femi from Nigeria and play a thumb piano, make a mask, hear a Swahili folktale, and more in this PBS site.

Fin, Fur, and Feather Bureau of Investigation
Join animal agents and take part in interactive spy stories. Plus, try your hand at a world trivia game, listen to radio dramas, and more.

Choose a map, then answer questions to wend your way across the world.

Global Grover Grooves
Choose dance steps for Sesame Street's Grover and watch him shake his caboose to music from around the world.

National Geographic GeoBee Challenge
Can you beat the Bee? Play this daily geotrivia game.

National Geographic GeoSpy Game
Quick! Pinpoint as many places as you can before time runs out.

National Geographic Kids
Cartoons, interactive adventures, funny fill-ins, and much more.

What on Earth?
A game of Earth trivia from NASA.


Google Earth
Explore the world with this 3-D globe. Type in an address and zoom right down to street-level. Then try our GeoTours.

Maps: Tools for Adventure
Use maps to solve problems and save animals with the See GIS in Action game from Maps: Tool for Adventure

National Geographic MapMachine
Get National Geographic's award-winning atlas maps online, free.

National Geographic Xpeditions Outline Maps
These black-and-white outline maps are perfect for reports, homework, and classroom handouts. Choose the level of detail you want each map to have.


Kids Newsroom
Each week a new story is added to this kid-friendly news site.

National Geographic Kids News
National Geographic's online news site has stories written especially for kids.

TIME for Kids
Catch up on current events, take polls, meet kid reporters, and more.

Science News for Kids
This site from Science Service is geared toward kids ages 9-13.

In the Spotlight: Print a World Wall Map!