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Curious George's Recycling Challenge (Ages 4 & under)

Curious George's Recycling Challenge (Ages 4 & under)

In this activity, you can introduce children to the simple principles of identifying and sorting materials for recycling while you talk to them about the benefits of recycling.

Nature Cat's Soaring Seeds (Ages 5-7)

Nature Cat's Soaring Seeds (Ages 5-7)

Nature Cat can’t wait to get outside for a day of backyard nature excursions and bravery! Today he would like to find all of the different ways that seeds travel!

Jet's Rocket (Ages 8-9)

Jet's Rocket (Ages 8-9)

Jet explores the solar system and the effects it has on the science of our planet. Help Jet demonstrate the power of the rocket by making one with items found here on Earth.

Phonics and Fluency (Professional Development)

Phonics and Fluency (Professional Development)

This presentation provides a brief background of basic literacy foundations to demonstrate why focusing on phonics and fluency assist children in the classroom.

STEM in Early Childhood (Professional Development)

STEM in Early Childhood (Professional Development)

STEM lessons can be accomplished through the use of a ruler, an iPad, a magnifying glass, digital cameras, beakers and vials and of course computers.

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Governor Fallin Considers Special Session for Teacher Pay Raises

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State government has $140.8 million in extra cash after reconciling the books for fiscal year 2016. Now Governor Mary Faillin says she is talking with legislative leaders about calling lawmakers back into session in order to use the money to give teacher pay raises. That would use one time extra funds to give teachers a less than $2-thousand a year pay hike.

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O.U. Hikes Tuition Rates Because of Budget Cuts

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It will cost University of Oklahoma students 7 percent more in tuition and fees to attend classes this fall. The University estimates that will offset about a third of the $35-million dollar budget cut they took for fiscal year 2017 which begins July 1st. Other cost savings will come from voluntary retirements, salary cuts of 3 percent for top leaders and not replacing people when they leave.

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PBS Kids “Measure Up!” App Encourages Kids and Parents to Play and Learn Together

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PBS KIDS has debuted a new, free app designed to help kids build math skills and empower parents to support their learning

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