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The Constitution Issue Date: 02-08-2015

Cool Spots imageCheck out Constitution for Kids at bit.ly/1E0PQpr, and learn about the brilliant document written by America’s founding fathers. Test Your Knowledge to find out your Constitution IQ. Do you know who is next in line to serve if the president and vice president are unable? Take the Real or Fake quiz, and decide which statements about famous historical figures are accurate. You may recognize some of their portraits from your history books. Play Which Founding Father Are You? to see which one you might resemble most.

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Crack the Code Issue Date: 01-04-2015

Cool Spots imageAn important function of the National Security Agency is to protect America’s government communications. CryptoKids, www.nsa.gov/kids/, are the future codemakers and codebreakers of the NSA. Keeping information safe is what they specialize in. Meet the Gang to see how each character got interested in cryptography. Have you ever heard of Morse code? Check out Operation Dit Dah to learn the sound for each letter, then try to read it. Make Your Own Secret Codes in no time, once you understand a bit about codes and ciphers. See if you are qualified to work as a security officer when you play Battle of the Badges.

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The Virtual Capitol Issue Date: 09-28-2014

Cool Spots imageThe Architect of the Capitol, capitol.gov, provides an inside look at one of America’s most important buildings. Look behind the scenes to Discover where George Washington laid the cornerstone in 1793. On a Walking Tour of the Capitol Campus, stop along the way and examine the buildings. Peek inside the Great Hall of the Thomas Jefferson Building. More than 2,600 Architect of the Capitol employees work to maintain the grounds and buildings of the nation’s Capitol each day. Explore the timeline in Learn to find out when the Capitol Christmas Tree was planted.

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Cuban Missile Crisis Issue Date: 04-06-2014

Cool Spots imageHave you ever heard of the Cuban Missile Crisis? Clouds Over Cuba, cloudsovercuba.com, takes you back to 1962 in the JFK Presidential Library’s video footage detailing how serious this crisis was. Only 90 miles from the United States, Cuba agreed to house Soviet missiles after tensions had increased with the U.S. Watch President Kennedy address the nation about the threat of war, and feel the uncertainty of what could happen in the unfolding crisis. See an alternate history in “What If?”

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YOU for President Issue Date: 02-16-2014

Cool Spots imageAs we celebrate George Washington’s birthday, have you ever wondered what it would be like to be President for a Day, pbskids.org/democracy/be-president? First, see if you meet the requirements. Did you know that you have to be at least 35 years old to be president? Apply for the Job to be Kid President. As president you will have meetings with as many as 40 to 50 people each day. Find out fun Facts such as what a president does if he wants to order a pizza, and which president liked to play golf in between meetings.

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