Many state agency websites contain pages just for kids. These are mostly educational pages, or pages with games, that can help kids learn about state government and about the topics the particular state agency deals with. Here are some of the Colorado state agency kid's pages:
-State Homepage: "Information for Kids and Students"
-Colorado Historical Society: "Kid's Page"
-Division of Minerals and Geology: "Kid's Page"
-Department of Agriculture: "Kid's Page"
-Secretary of State's Office: "Kid's Page"
-Colorado State Archives: "Colorado Bibliographies: Books for Kids"
-Attorney General: "Safe Surfing Initiative Kids Page"
-Division of Wildlife: "Discovery Pages"
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