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LEARN ABOUT KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE
Mazes and more
View and print out these mazes, word searches, fill in the blanks, and puzzles to learn more about Knoxville, the area and attractions.
Maze: Women's Basketball Hall of Fame
Word Search: Knoxville Attractions
Word Search: Knoxville Mayors
Word Search: Knoxville City Parks
Fill in Blank: Name That County!

KUB Kids!
Check out the KUB Kids' Web Site. Learn about natural gas, electricity, water and Green Power, plus how you can become a KUB Earth Saver. This site is full of surprises, so keep your eyes open!

TVA Kids
TVA’s got a Web site just for kids! Learn about how TVA makes electricity, prevents floods, protects wildlife, and lots more.
Knoxville's Mayors
Learn about all of the people who have been the Mayor of the City of Knoxville

1982 World's Fair in Knoxville
Over 11 million worldly visitors came to Knoxville, Tennessee from May 1, 1982 to October 31, 1982 to celebrate the "Energy Turns the World" 1982 World's Fair.

Civil War in Knoxville
During the Civil War, the Siege of Knoxville lasted 17 days (Nov. 17-Dec. 4, 1863)
Fort Sanders Battle Summary
Knox County Civil War Sesquicentennial
Frank H. McClung Museum

Knoxville is how far from...
Learn how far away various cities in Tennessee are from Knoxville with this mileage measuring source from the Tennessee Department of Transportation.
LEARN ABOUT SAFETY & CONSERVATION
City of Knoxville Fire Dept. Safety Tips
This page includes links to over 25 KFD safety tips such as fire safety, guide to poisonous substances, hazardous materials, and how to stop, drop & roll

Knoxville Stormwater, Creeks & Water Quality
View Knoxville creeks
Stormie's Clean Water Tips [PDF]
Word Scramble: Creeks in Knox Co. [PDF]
Word Search: Creeks in Knox Co. [PDF]
Word Search: Water Quality Terms [PDF]

Sparky the Fire Dog
Learn about Sparky, Fire Safety, Fire Trucks and more! Games and Cool things

USFA Kids
This site from the U.S. Fire Administration provides info about home fire safety, smoke alarms, and more

Ready.gov for Kids
Site from FEMA that shows kids how to prepare for the unexpected

FBI for Kids
Learn more about the FBI thru games, tips, stories and interactives from the FBI website

CIA for Kids
Learn more about the CIA thru games, tips, stories and interactives from the Central Intelligence Agency website

McGruff the Crime Dog 4 Kids
Have fun playing games, reading comics and learning with McGruff the Crime Dog from the National Crime Prevention Council

Smokey Bear Kids Page
Play numerous fire-fighting games and learn the "bear" facts about preventing forest fires

WebRangers
The National Park Service's online Junior Ranger program for kids of all ages

National Park Service for Kids
Games and activities for kids to learn about National Park stewardship from the National Park Service website

Great Web Sites For Kids
"Amazing, Spectacular, Mysterious, Wonderful Web Sites for Kids and the Adults Who Care About Them": A collection of sites from the Association for Library Services to Children, a division of the American Library Association.
TN Wildlife Resources Agency Kids Page
Activities and tips on having a safe and happy time in Tennessee's great outdoors

HUD's Kids Next Door Site
A site to help kids learn to be good citizens. Meet cool people, see neat things and visit awesome places

Food Safety
Learn Food Safety for home, school and eating out

NIH Kids
Learn about environmental conservation, pollution and other environmental health issues from the National Institute for Environmental Health and Safety website

FDA Kids
Take quizzes, learn about animals, vaccines, food safety and meet Yorick the bionic skeleton with this Food and Drug Adminstration's web site

USDA For Kids
Learn about agriculture and nutrition with this U.S. Department of Agriculture web site

USDA Research Service For Kids
Learn about science, agriculture and research with this U.S. Department of Agriculture web site

EPA for Kids
Games and informative pages from the Environmental Protection Agency’s website

Kids Saving Energy
Activities for kids to learn more about conserving energy and the creation of new forms of energy from the Department of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy website

Internet Safety
Safekids.com - A family's guide to making the internet and technology fun, safe and productive
NetSmartz411.org - NetSmartz 411, parents' and guardians' online resource for answering questions about Internet safety, computers, and the Web
GetNetWise.org - Safety tips, lists of filtering/monitoring software, links of sites for children, and info about computer use and safety
LEARN ABOUT THE U.S., HISTORY, & GOVERNMENT

Inside the White House
History, trivia, and interactive tours of the White House

Kids.gov
The U.S. government interagency Kids' Portal that is maintained by the Federal Citizen Information Center. It provides links to Federal kids' sites along with some of the best kids' sites from other organizations all grouped by subject.

Kids in the House
The Kids in the House Web site is a public service provided by the Office of the Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives.

FedStats Federal Government Kids' Page
A list of agencies which provide special webpages for kids in elementary through high school. Enjoy fun facts, games, project ideas, and more!

U.S. Mint for Kids
Learn about coins and history on this U.S. Mint website

Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids
A list of links of U.S. Government Web Sites for Kids organized in subject matter by Ben from the Government Printing Office.

Guide to the Government
"Political Paul" lends his commentary to this very complete and organized site containing a huge amount of information about the different branches and organization of the United States government.

Tennessee Blue Book
The official manual of Tennessee state government and includes information on our elected officials, the various branches and agencies of state government, historic and statistical data, and election returns.

Tennessee Symbols & Honors
Read about and view Tennessee seals, flags, trees, flowers, symbols and more!

Inside the Courtroom
Learn about the U.S. justice system, how a court system works and more from this kids page from the Dept. of Justice

Who's My State Senator?
Learn who is your current Tennessee State Senator.

Who's My State Representative?
Learn who is your current Tennessee State Representative.

Who's My Senator in the U.S. Senate?
Learn who is the current Tennessee Senators in the U.S. Senate.

Who's My Representative in the U.S. House of Representatives?
Learn who is the current Tennessee Representatives in the U.S. House of Representatives.

U.S. Info
The 50 States of the U.S.
Constitution of the U.S.
Declaration of Indepencence of the U.S.
Bill of Rights of the U.S.
Presidents of the United States
USHistory.org

What Happened Today in History?
Find out what happened today in history. Also, you can search to find what events happened on any day of the past.

Tennessee History
Look here for information about the history of Tennessee from TN.gov

Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture
A definitive and comprehensive reference work on the Volunteer State cosponsored by the University of Tennessee Press and the Tennessee Historical Society.

Tennessee History Classroom
Learn about famous figures in Tennessee History, including John Sevier, William Blount, Alex Haley and more!
The City of Knoxville is not responsible for content included on listed sites, nor does the city endorse these organizations or establishments. Sites are merely listed for information purposes.
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