Just for Kids - Soil

 Summertime's a great time for kids to play in the dirt. Now that playtime can be a learning time, too, as kids find out just what's so special about that dirt they're covered with. Younger students will find this engaging
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 Summertime's a great time for kids to play in the dirt. Now that playtime can be a learning time, too, as kids find out just what's so special about that dirt they're covered with. Younger students will find this engaging site about soil very easy to understand and filled with quick facts. Cartoon graphics and menu tabs highlight topics which include the importance of soil, fast facts, soil critters, and others.

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