(Oregon Blue Book)
|Games, Oregon trivia, quizzes, coloring book pages and state symbols. There's something here for kids of all ages! Kids' Links are arranged by topics that are often the subject of homework assignments. Many of the links specifically go to kids' pages on government or institution Web sites. |
|TravelOregon - Be an explorer!
||Win a trip to the Oregon Coast! Whether you've been to the Pacific Ocean before or have only closed your eyes and imagined it, TravelOregon wants to know how you would explore the Oregon Coast if you had the chance to go this summer. Enter their contest and have the chance to win an all expense paid trip to the Oregon Coast. |
|Oregon State Legislature - Kids' Page
||Learn about Oregon state government, the legislative process and the state's honorary page program. Write your legislator! |
|Oregon Department of Education - Students
||The Oregon Department of Education is committed to ensuring that every Oregon public school student has equal access to high quality educational services that prepare them for their next steps following high school graduation—college, work, citizenship—and enables today’s students to be life-long learners. |
|Oregon Facts for School Reports
|Oregon Economic and Community Development Department created this Web page for kids writing reports on Oregon. They've included links on Oregon history, the Oregon state seal, education, government, industry, geography, climate and much more! |
|Oregon State Flag
Oregon is the only state to retain a double-sided flag with different images on each side. Read more about our unique flag.
|Oregon State Animal
||The American Beaver (Castor canadensis) was named the Oregon state animal by the 1969 Legislature. Learn more about this animal, prized for its fur.|
|Oregon State Flower
||The Oregon grape (Mahonia aquifolium), was designated the Oregon state flower in 1899. Learn more about this native shrub.|
Trucking Across the 50 States
The United States features so many wonderful first and notable places and events, and each of the states has a different story to tell. The page contains a list of some of notable state facts to help you learn more about your state, and others. Use this and the supplemental resources to expand your knowledge of the fifty states and US history.
|Whitehouse Kids' Page
||Learn all about the White House and its history. Did you know that both George Washington and Jimmy Carter were farmers before becoming president? See a photo gallery of all the presidents and read their biographies. Did you know that Lyndon B. Johnson owned two beagles named "Him" and "Her"? View photos of Presidents' pets including Bo, the Obama's Portugese water dog. Facts and fun for all ages! |
||The official kids' portal for the U.S. government -- provides links to over 2,000 Web pages from government agencies, schools, and educational organizations, all geared to the learning level and interest of kids. Explore, learn and have fun!|
|FedStats for Kids
||These statistical agencies provide special Web pages for kids in elementary through high school, including fun facts, games, project ideas, and career information. |
||Music! Games! Coloring! It's all here at this colorful, fun, educational Web site. |