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Idea Labs: Digging for Answers

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Smithsonian Institution offers this great game site that will keep students busy working on their research skills. Choose from several topics such as “Girl Power,” “Fun and Games,” and “Off the Leash.” The student’s knowledge is tested with questions. If the wrong answer is given, links are offered for further research on the Smithsonian website. Even if the correct answer is given, research links are recommended. The student has 15 minutes to complete the quiz. This is a great way to explore the Smithsonian site and find out information on all sorts of topics.

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