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4 edition of Oklahoma History Projects found in the catalog.

Oklahoma History Projects

30 Cool Activities, Crafts, Experiments & More for Kids to Do! (Oklahoma Experience)

by Carole Marsh

  • 226 Want to read
  • 10 Currently reading

Published by Gallopade International .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Activity Books - General,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - Social Science,
  • Education,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Nonfiction

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11021998M
    ISBN 100635018055
    ISBN 109780635018052
    OCLC/WorldCa213500989

    The Tulsa and Oklahoma History Collection consists of items from the Tulsa and Oklahoma Collection, including books from the classified section, materials from the Archives and Special Collections, and newspaper clippings and other ephemera from the  vertical files. Tulsa Race Riot of Oklahoma Scrapbook is a page trip planner, learning tool, and memory book, created for families to use before, during, and after exploring the state of Oklahoma. As a trip planner, the Oklahoma Scrapbook offers a list of over travel destinations located in the state of Oklahoma.

    Children's Books. The Choctaw Code - by Russell G. Davis and Brent K. Ashabranner This book won the Oklahoma Book Award in the children's division, but is suitable for all ages. $ The Choctaw - by Emilie U. Lepthien A brief history of the Choctaw Tribe for juvenile readers. Illustrated on every page. $ Johnny Rides Again - by Jo. 9th Grade – Oklahoma History Instructional Timeframe: Learning Goals Suggested Learning Support Unit 1 Topic 2 Oklahoma’s Early People Days Overarching learning goals: Textbook Chapters 3 and 4The student will be able to: 1. Compare the life of the Plains Village Farmers to that of the Caddoan Mound Builders. Size: KB.

    The product of two of Oklahomas foremost authorities on the history of the 46th state, Oklahoma: A History is the first comprehensive narrative to bring the story of the Sooner State to the threshold of its the tectonic formation of Oklahomas varied landscape to the recovery and renewal following the Oklahoma City bombing, this readable book includes both/5. Find out more about Oklahoma history with this Arcadia Publishing book series: Oklahoma historical landmarks, photos, places, and people in a best seller collection.


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The Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture. This invaluable resource includes more than 2, entries. A two-volume print version is also available. The Chronicles of Oklahoma. The Chronicles of Oklahoma is the scholarly journal of the OHS and is mailed to members and subscribers quarterly.

Mistletoe Leaves. (shelved 2 times as oklahoma-history) avg rating — 66, ratings — published Braggs, Oklahoma The first two volumes were done by the above group.

They disbanded and we took over this as the Braggs History Project. Each binder has a cover photo and consists of approximately. Vol. 2 – A Time to Remember Families: L. and Audrie Edgmon Dotson, Clarence and Nancy Dotson Isbell, Charles and Omie Breshears Buce, Joseph and Minnie See/Hattie Marlow Irving, Hutchens, Davidson, Riggs, Summers, Loak and Gladys Treadwell Taylor, Kizzia, Calvert, E.P.

Marie Finely Montgomery, Edgar and Pearl McDaniel Tice, George and Ruth. Oklahoma Territory and Statehood The western section of what is now the state of Oklahoma became the Oklahoma Territory in ; it included the Panhandle, the narrow strip of territory that, taken from Texas by the Compromise ofhad become a no-man's-land where settlers came in undisturbed.

The first priority of the Oklahoma Historical Society is the health and safety of our patrons, volunteers, and staff. OHS sites and affiliates are closed to the public through May 31 to support our state’s effort to contain the spread of COVID - Oklahoma History Projects - 30 Cool Activities, Crafts, Experiments & More for Kids to Do to Learn About Your State.

Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times. The Gateway is an online repository of Oklahoma history. You may browse through hundreds of thousands of newspaper pages dating from the s to the s.

The land that today makes up Oklahoma was added to the United States as part of the Louisiana Purchase of Throughout the 19th century, the U.S. The Oklahoma Native Artists Project is a series of oral history interviews with Native artists, collectors, and gallery owners.

The purpose of this project is to highlight the lives and careers of Native artists, to draw attention to the political aspects of making Native art, and to raise awareness of its cultural and economic importance.

If I were going to require my student to read a textbook about Oklahoma history, it would be this one or Oklahoma, The History of an American State by Ellen Blakey. It's fairly easy to read and includes questions to discuss at the end of each chapter, a glossary, and project activities (pgs.

Games, activities, Oklahoma symbols, people, history and more. The Oklahoma Story is a third grade textbook program that meets the Oklahoma C 3 Standards for the Social Studies as well as the Common Core Literacy Standards in Social Studies. The student textbook covers the history of Oklahoma from prehistoric times to the present, and includes content on the state's geography and economy.

We Remember Before and Beyond An Oklahoma African American History Coloring Book. Find out more. To learn more about educational programs at the Oklahoma History Center, click on the links below.

Oklahoma National History Day; Visit the Education section; Visit the calendar to find out about OHS classes and activities across the state; Fact.

Kids Books - Oklahoma - Thematic Reading List Oklahoma book descriptions and reviews for preschool and elementary reading. Children's books can be used to teach history and geography lessons about Oklahoma. Other USA Symbols, Geography and History Lessons.

Oklahoma History Online is an online, subscription-based resource for learning about or teaching Oklahoma History, a required course for all students in Oklahoma. For Homeschoolers: Most schools teach OK History in 3rd and 9th grade integrated into an American History class or as a separate Oklahoma History course.

The Oklahoma P.E.O. Projects Fund, Inc. was established in to provide additional financial assistance opportunities for women of Oklahoma desiring to further their education.

The OPF, Inc. serves 3 funds: Oklahoma Projects Education Fund Grants, Oklahoma Continuing Education Fund, and Oklahoma Cottey Scholarships. The Oklahoma Center for the Book (OCB) is a state affiliate of the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress, and is organized to focus attention on the vital role of books and reading in our Center promotes the past, current, and future works of Oklahoma authors; promotes the literary heritage of the state; and encourages reading for pleasure by Oklahomans of all ages.

The product of two of Oklahoma’s foremost authorities on the history of the 46th state, Oklahoma: A History is the first comprehensive narrative to bring the story of the Sooner State to the threshold of its centennial. From the tectonic formation of Oklahoma’s varied landscape to the recovery and renewal following the Oklahoma City bombing, this readable book includes both the well-known Cited by: 9.

Lesson plans and related information are provided to encourage the use of primary source materials in the teaching of Oklahoma history.

Primary source materials offer students firsthand evidence of history. As students analyze historical records, they practice critical thinking skills and gain a better understanding of people and events.

Chilocco History Project Wins Mason Award! The Oral History Association awarded its Elizabeth B. Mason Large Project Award to the OSU Library’s Oklahoma Oral History Research Program. This is the third Mason Award for OSU, the only institution to win this national honor more than once.

This year, the OOHRP was recognized for its recent.Oklahoma History Full Course Curriculum Map. Primary Source Documents from Edmond Public School. Oklahoma Council for the Social Studies (OCSS) Website. Unit 2 Primary Source Documents. Unit 3 Primary Source Documents.

Unit 4 Primary Source Documents. Unit 5 Primary Source Documents. Constitution Day Resources.Students discover the history of the Oklahoma Territory and what foods cowboys used to eat while on the move. In this culinary lesson, students read the ingredients to Oklahoma Stone Soup and prepare them in a crock pot over the course Location: Vacaville, CA.