Resources Available for Teachers
Come investigate Oklahoma’s past! We recommend school groups explore the museum using one of our activity sheets or the Explore History app. Oklahoma History Center exhibits and programs address the majority of Oklahoma Academic Standards for every subject! Use ourTeachers’ Gallery Guides and Pre-visit/Follow-up Lessons to plan and prepare for your field trip. Costs
Thanks to a grant from the Inasmuch Foundation, Oklahoma public, private, and homeschool groups of 10 or more who schedule their field trips with the education department at least two weeks in advance will receive free admission for students, teachers, and chaperones. Chaperones must be at least eighteen years of age and we recommend a student to teacher/chaperone ratio of 5:1, but require 10:1.
Groups that do not schedule their visit with the museum will pay the posted admission fees. General admission to the Oklahoma History Center is $7 for adults, $5 for seniors or adult groups of ten or more, and $4 for students. Veterans, active-duty military, and their dependents receive free admission with ID.Scheduling Questions
Should you have any questions or need to revise or cancel your reservation, please contact the education department at 405-522-0798 or email@example.com.
Bring Oklahoma Natural History to Your Classroom From SNMONH.
Discovery Kits bring museum science exploration to K-12 students across Oklahoma. These kits feature museum specimens and artifacts, in addition to science and social studies curricula for grades K-12 that meet Oklahoma Academic Standards (OAS). Kits can be checked out for a two-week period.
Through a generous grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), 12 new Discovery Kits will be available starting in 2016. In addition, these new Discovery Kits will be available for delivery to schools across the state of Oklahoma at no charge!
For more information about Discovery Kits, including delivery methods, and other Frequently Asked Questions call SNMONH 1-405-325 -2353 ask for Catherine Carter.
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The curriculum includes activities appropriate for all students, K through 12th grade, and all teachers who have checked out our trunks found them to be valuable tools for their classrooms. While our trunks focus on social studies curriculum, they are also interdisciplinary. Language arts, math, science, physical education, art, music, gifted, and special education teachers have used our trunks in their classrooms.Interested in a trunk or have questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 405-522-0791.
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