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Virtual World Whyville

This is a great place for kids to interact on-line with kids around the world.
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Your students can become a citizen of Whyville, an on-line town. They can build a face, build a house, and build a business. There are tons of science experiments for them to try as well as art games at the Getty Museum. This is a great place for kids to interact on-line with kids around the world. A free registration is required.

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