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Every Vote Counts Issue Date: 10-02-2016

Cool Spots image Step Inside the Voting Booth, pbskids.org/democracy/vote, with the PBS Kids Democracy Project. While you can’t cast an official ballot until you are 18, it’s never too early to learn about the candidates and the voting process. With millions of people voting in next month’s presidential election, you may be wondering What a Difference One Vote Makes. In the interactive timeline, find out how a single vote has changed history many times. Step Into a Voting Time Machine and into someone else’s shoes to see how voting rights have changed over the years. Cast Your Vote and express your opinion on the important issues.

Visit: http://pbskids.org/democracy/vote
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Get the Facts Issue Date: 09-11-2016

Cool Spots imageThe Bureau of Labor Statistics, www.bls.gov/k12, is the Federal Government’s fact-finding agency. It gathers information about the economy, including employment, consumer spending, safety and health. Meet Rare Book Conservator Yasmeen Khan, who works in Career Videos at the Library of Congress. Combine geography and statistics when you play Name that State in Games and Quizzes. Student Resources is a wealth of information you can use to make informed career decisions, gather statistics for class projects or create Charts and Tables for a written report. You will want to keep this valuable resource handy!

Visit: http://www.bls.gov/k12
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USA for Kids Issue Date: 09-04-2016

Cool Spots imageThe Consulate General of the United States created USA for Kids, www.usconsulate.org.hk/pas/kids, to introduce students to life and culture in this country. Did you know that Georgia was named for King George II of England? Explore USA to learn facts about every state, commonwealth and territory. Jump Back in Time to find detailed descriptions of time periods such as the Reconstruction and the Great War & Jazz Age. Meet the People and select profiles of presidents, artists, athletes, scientists and more. Be sure to bookmark this site for your next state history project.

Visit: http://www.usconsulate.org.hk/pas/kids
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Mall History Issue Date: 09-04-2016

Cool Spots imageHave you ever wondered why there’s an area in Washington, D.C., called the National Mall, but it has nothing to do with shopping? Visit mallhistory.org to learn where it is and why it was created. First visit the Interactive Map and click the tabs to find out more about why each location is important. Head over to Explorations for a Scavenger Hunt, a peek at the neighborhood during the 1800s, and to see alternate designs for the Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument. Learn more about the many People who played important roles in the history of the Mall. Discover why George Washington fired the original city planner, Pierre Charles L’Enfant.

Visit: http://mallhistory.org
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Visit a Skyscraper Issue Date: 07-17-2016

Cool Spots imageTravel to New York and step inside an iconic historic landmark, the Empire State Building, at audiotour.esbnyc.com/node/390. Known as the tallest building in the world for 40 years after it was erected, this amazing structure took less than a year to finish. Dare to Dream outlines the project from its conception to completion. You will be amazed when you see the brave ironworkers who spent months at dangerous heights to build the steel frame of the skyscraper. Did you know that the Empire State Building has its very own ZIP code? Find out how the Sustainability project helped create a smarter, more energy-efficient building.

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