JAPAN FOR KIDS
Take a virtual journey to Japan at the fabulous Web site, "Kids Web Japan" at www.jinjapan.org / kidsweb / . The site is offered in eight different languages. Explore modern Japanese life in the "Daily Life," "Schools" and "Economy and Industry" sections. Then jump into the past and take a look at Japan's history. Learn about the regions of Japan as well as its rich traditions and cultures. Be sure to check out the "Welcome to Our School" section, which features four schools in Japan. "Kids Web Japan" presents a kid's-eye view of this fascinating island nation.
Nominate a cool Web site at www.4Kids.org / nominations / .
What's the population of Japan?
If you've ever wondered about the reality behind the movie "Jurassic Park," take a look at National Geographic's "Dinosaur Eggs" at www.nationalgeographic.com / features / 96 / dinoeggs / . Follow in the footsteps of fossil hunters to see where they find real dinosaur eggs. Then virtually hatch the eggs. Next, see a 3-D model of what the dinosaurs might have looked like. Finally, visit the online dinosaur egg museum.
Where was the dinosaur egg named Baby Louie found?
KIDS' BEST FRIEND
Grab your dog and a leash and head to "How to Love Your Dog: A Kid's Guide to Dog Care" at www.geocities.com / ~kidsanddogs / . This huge site offers tips on training and feeding your dog, teaching your dog tricks and caring for older dogs. You can also submit stories and poems about your dog.
Why is it important to get a license for your dog?
To complete the Kid Quest Challenge, visit the Web sites in this issue to find the answers to the questions, then go to www.4Kids.org / kidquest / .