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to Kids in the House - an
interactive center to help kids learn about the United States House of Representatives, the Office of the Clerk,
and their roles in lawmaking. You will notice that within this site the terms "House"
and "U.S. House of Representatives" are used interchangeably.
Kids in the House
was created with Center
for Civic Education curriculum standards in mind and input from educators
in various subject areas. Source materials for the site are available on the
Government Printing Office website for Miscellaneous
Publications of the U.S. House of Representatives. Plug-in dependent and
simple HTML games provide users with a more enjoyable learning experience. Please
see our technical guide for instructions. If you
have a question or comment about Kids in the House, please visit our frequently
asked question page or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Key terms that are
used in each section appear as links on the left side navigation menu on every
page. Click on the word, and a pop-up window will display the definition of
the word as it is used in that section of Kids in the House. To view
the entire list of glossary terms, simply follow the "Full Glossary" link that
appears at the end of the list of key terms. You may also navigate to the glossary
by choosing the "glossary" link from the menu in the Learning Center
section of Kids in the House.
The simple navigation structure
of Kids in the House lets you explore the site without getting lost.
Here are a few tips to help you along the way.
- To return to our home
page, click on the Kids in the House logo, which you'll see in the
top left corner of every page.
Would you like to link to our site? Visit our Link to Us page to get information on how to add a Kids in the House link to your website.
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