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Just for Kids

Below you'll find links to fun and informative resources for students of all ages. Learn about the people and places that make New Hampshire a great place to live, visit, or study.

  • New Hampshire Almanac
    The New Hampshire Almanac is a fun and informative site for students of all ages. Compiled by the New Hampshire State Library, the Almanac brings you information about the people and places that make New Hampshire a great place to live, visit, or study.
  • NH Folklife Web site
    The New Hampshire Folklife Web site is a resource for learning about folklife and traditional arts in New Hampshire. This educational resource is a project of the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts Traditional Arts Program.
  • Just for Kids - Wild Times Magazine
    Download WILD TIMES magazines! Lots of fun stuff for you to do, like games, quizzes and collectible wildlife cut-out cards, plus amazing wildlife stories and facts. Just print them out -- and have fun!
  • Learn All About the Courts
    Guided tours of the NH Supreme Court building for 4th grade students are conducted each Friday during the school year. The "Video Tour of the Court System" and worksheets for students to use with the video were produced as part of the school tour program.
  • History of the NH House of Representatives
    On Jan. 5, 1776, six months before the people of the United States claimed self-government, the people of New Hampshire gave this country its first state constitution. The next day, the House of Representatives was created.
  • History of the NH Senate
    The New Hampshire Constitution was ratified on June 2, 1784, and the state Senate became a reality. Learn all about the NH Senate here.
  • Aviation Education
    DOT's Aviation Education Program is part of an effort to plan for the challenges of tomorrow's air transportation systems. To prepare for the future, we help educators prepare young people to become the next generation of aviation practitioners.
  • NH Senate Page for Kids
    Did you know that Concord, our state capital, was settled in 1727 and at that time was called Penacook? New Hampshire Senate page for kids brings you some interesting facts about New Hampshire.