Stay sharp with this collection of printable activity packets featuring Oklahoma-themed word searches, puzzles and more.
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Now more than ever, it’s important to have fun (and free!) activities that you can do at home. From student handouts and word searches to video lessons and craft ideas, these printable activity pages are full of great resources.
Journey through Oklahoma’s state history, geography, ecoregions, government, state emblems and more with this free 30 page student/teacher guide.
Browse through pages of student handouts, teacher guides, hands-on activities, videos and more with these selections from the Will Rogers Memorial Museum in Claremore. Not only will you learn more about Oklahoma’s favorite son, but there’s also interesting tidbits on American politics.
National Wrestling Hall of Fame “Lessons in Wrestling” is a curriculum developed for 5th grade students, but can be educational and fun for any age. Just submit your name, city, state and email address to receive a pdf of the curriculum, which utilizes wrestling in arts, geography, health, language, arts, match, music, physical education, science, social studies and technology.
Take a look at the Oklahoma Aquarium’s Unstoppable Science page for a wealth of mazes, word searches, puzzles, craft ideas, aqua tots story time and video lessons. Check back often, as a new activity is posted each day at 9:30 a.m.
Print off this three page activity booklet for a great selection of Kendall Whittier District-themed mad libs, word search, connect the dots, unscramble, crossword puzzle and tic tac toe.
The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum has several fun projects to do at home. Document your time at home via the Dorothea Lange Photography Project, learn how to make a rag doll, create your own suncatcher or craft some foil art reminiscent of a silversmith in the American West.
Download activity sheets from Factory Obscura to go on scavenger hunts on a walk, in the back garden and inside your house. While on a walk, see if you can spot flowers growing, something noisy, an animal and more, then document your findings by drawing or writing about them.
Discover this one-stop-shop for Woody Guthrie educational materials from tailored lesson plans and artistic activities to musical bingo and more.
Celebrate the arts with the downloadable Opera-in-Place activity packet for kids. After watching the Magic Flute online, quiz the kids with a round of questions taken from the opera. Then, break out the crayons to color characters featured in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's opera, as well as a bust of Mozart himself.
Explore the wonders of Choctaw Country with printable activity sheets for the kids. Embark on a virtual road trip via the Roadtrip Maze sheet featuring nearby must-see attractions. The kids can also get in touch with nature by completing the Backyard Scavenger Hunt, highlighting insects and plants commonly found in the yard.
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