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had to leave their homes.
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International Pen-pal Search from Kidscom An American site that
helps you make friends all over the world.
Topmarks.co.uk: Linkup with another school Find a school
you like the look of, check out their website, and get your
teacher to sign-up so you can do things together online!
The Club House from GridClub Funky graphics and cool contents, and
loads of clubs, including a unique sticky section (look for
the trap door) where you can leave messages for people into
collecting the same stuff as you!
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