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    • Lesson 4 : how do we choose judges in Oklahoma?

    • Judges--Appointment and selection--Oklahoma--Juvenile literature.; Oklahoma Judicial Nominating Commission--Juvenile literature.;
    • Law day is the annual celebration of the importance of law and the legal process.; Have you ever wondered how judges are chosen? In Oklahoma, many judges are chosen by the Judicial Nominating Commission.
    • Oklahoma rocks! : energy, 2010 Student supplement

    • Geology--Oklahoma--Juvenile literature.; Energy industries--Oklahoma--Juvenile literature.
    • In Brief: A look at Oklahoma's energy resources. Full Description: A follow-up to the successful Oklahoma Rocks program, this edition will focus on exploring Oklahoma's natural energy resources. This program is made possible through the continued...
    • Women in the Oklahoma Legislature, 2010 Lesson 1

    • Women legislators--Oklahoma--Juvenile literature.; Oklahoma. Legislature.; Oklahoma--Politics and government.; Civics--Study and teaching (Middle school)--Oklahoma.
    • Women in Politics In Brief: How have women impacted the Oklahoma State Legislature? Full Description: This program will explore the many contributions women have made to the Oklahoma Legislature. Grade Divisions: Middle School; Lesson 1 Women have...
    • Green business adventure! : activity and coloring book.

    • Coloring books--Oklahoma.; Historic buildings--Conservation and restoration--Oklahoma--Juvenile literature.
    • Oklahoma main streets have always been the heart of towns. The Main Street program strives to make downtown Safe, Clean and Green for both kids and grownups. With a little work we can all take pride in our historic downtown. Are you ready to help?...
    • Adoption guidebook

    • Older child adoption--Juvenile literature.; Older child adoption--Forms.; Orphans--Oklahoma--Forms.; Older child adoption--Oklahoma--Juvenile literature.; Adoption--Juvenile literature.; Adoption--Forms.
    • Collected and composed by the Child Preparation Committee; Dear teen , We know that you may have many questions about your past and why your social worker is now trying to find an adoptive home for you.; We hope this guidebook will not only give...
    • Oklahoma rocks! Lesson 4 : northwest Oklahoma and Black Mesa.

    • Dinosaurs--Oklahoma--Juvenile literature.; Geology--Study and teaching (Secondary)--Oklahoma.; Geology--Study and teaching (Middle school)--Oklahoma.
    • A real life Jurassic Park existed in Oklahoma, some 250-66 million years ago (mya), during the Mesozoic Era. This time is know as the "Age of the Dinosaurs." Creatures ranging from amphibians to dinosaurs roamed Oklahoma, leaving fossils that tell...
    • Oklahoma rocks! Lesson 6 : a look into northeastern Oklahoma.

    • Geology--Oklahoma--Juvenile literature.; Geology--Study and teaching (Secondary)--Oklahoma.; Geology--Study and teaching (Middle school)--Oklahoma.
    • Northeastern Oklahoma, specifically the Ozark Plateau, is known for its many lakes and rivers. Because most of the area is underlain by limestone, the streams and lakes are amazingly clear, even after our spring "gully-washers." The lakes and...
    • Oklahoma rocks! : the making of a landscape.

    • Geology--Oklahoma--Juvenile literature.; Geology--Study and teaching (Secondary)--Oklahoma.; Geology--Study and teaching (Middle school)--Oklahoma.
    • In Brief: An answer to how Oklahoma’s landscape was formed.; Full Description: This third Oklahoma Rocks! program will give your students a scientific understanding of Oklahoma’s exciting and distinct geological regions. For each region, the...
    • Traditional native American Art, 2011 Student supplement.

    • Indian art--Oklahoma.; Indian art--Oklahoma--Juvenile literature.
    • In Brief: Explore Native American culture through the vibrant and symbolic visual arts. Full Description: Part 1 of this year-long program will explore Native American culture through the arts. With a focus on traditional arts, this edition will...
    • Women in the Oklahoma Legislature, 2010 Lesson 3

    • Women legislators--Oklahoma--Juvenile literature.; Civics--Study and teaching (Middle school)--Oklahoma.
    • All of the women who have been elected to the Oklahoma Senate or House of Representatives created successful political campaigns.; Hannah Atkins, the first African-American woman elected to the Oklahoma House of Representatives, took a personal...


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