Smithsonian Education Homepage

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Imagine a portal into all the Smithsonian Education has to offer. This site has it all--lesson plans for teachers, sites for families who want to visit the Smithsonian in person or via computer, and a section just for students, filled with games, virtual tours, and interactive projects. Find information on the arts, history and culture, science, and people and places. Of particular note is the section named “Shout,” which allows collaboration between students and experts in many different fields.

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