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Congress for Kids

Congress for Kids offers a tour covering all major aspects of the federal government. Includes quizzes to check for understanding.

The Dirksen Congressional Center

• Learning Games • Pictures and/or Illustrations

• Middle School Elementary School

Laura Berman



Congress for Kids(2)

Congress for Kids Users may click 'the Capitol Door' to take brief three brief quizzes on various aspects of our system of government, or they may go directly to the excellent tutorials on topics such as: Democracy, Democracy vs. Autocracy, The Original Thirteen Colonies, The Declaration of

Congress For Kids

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