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Radon Information for Kids, Students and Teachers

The following sites are useful resources to help children, students and teachers learn more about radon.

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State Resources

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Pennsylvania - A fun Pennsylvania kids page with lively graphics; an excellent science information resource for kids on topics such as: news, games, recycling, videos, free stuff and teachers’ resources.

Alabama - Prepared by the State of Alabama, this is a useful tutorial which teaches what radon is, why it is harmful and uses many visual aids.

Kansas - Radon gas can be a wonderful topic for student science fair projects. Many of the projects can be done in a multi-layer or three-dimensional format. Students who complete a radon science fair project can send a summaryto Kansas State University and receive a Certificate of Participation.

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Teacher Resources

New Jersey - Developed by the State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, this website has top notch lesson plans complete with teacher notes for each lesson and New Jersey teaching standards to accompany each lesson objective.

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