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GEOGRAPHY4KIDS.COM was one of the three sites that branched off CHEM4KIDS.COM. The site disappeared for a few years in 2002, but now we've brought it back as a free site again. Why do we do it? We think that science and technology should be fun and enjoyable. We have fun making the sites, we hope our visitors have a good time while they are here. If you want to see what pages are available, visit our site map.

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- Chem4Kids: Environmental Chemistry
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- Cosmos4Kids: Sun
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- Physics4Kids: Light & Optics

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