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It's never too early to help a child learn healthy behaviors. Young girls are especially concerned with body image, exercise and self-esteem. Several federal agencies have created Web sites especially for children, their parents and teachers. Here are some favorites.

FirstGov logo was developed and is maintained by the Federal Consumer Information Center to help each of us find information that is helpful in our daily lives.

FirstGov for KIDS logo is a collection of Web sites designed specifically for children. Many of the sites contain interactive games, help with homework and tips for parents and teachers too. FirstGov for Kids is arranged by hot topics. Check out the HEALTH section.

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GIRLPOWER!!! is a partnership among the Office on Women's Health, teachers, community organizations, parents and young women to help girls between the ages of 9-14 develop life-long behaviors leading to healthy, active and productive lives. After visiting this Web site you'll want to become a partner too.

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soccer ball logo The U.S. Women's Soccer Team, smokefree.gov, the National Cancer Institute and the Centers for Disease Control's Office of Smoking and Health have teamed up to help young girls learn more about the benefits of being active in sports and staying smoke free. Take a look U.S Women Rule with Fire not Smoke .

The Department of Health and Human Services also spotlights a variety of federal agency Web pages DHHS  for KIDS logo.