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State Department of Education Testing Information
The Oklahoma State Department of Education
has many resources regarding the Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests (OCCT) and End-of-Instruction Tests. Test Blueprints, Parent Guides, and release test questions can be found at this LINK
Many resources exist for parents to support our Science curriculum and instructional goals in the home. We suggest you consult the following weblinks from the National Science Teachers' Association for ideas for your children :
Elementary - http://www.nsta.org/elementaryschool
Middle School - http://www.nsta.org/middleschool
High School - http://www.nsta.org/highschool
In order to keep informed regarding contemporary issues in Science curriculum and instruction, you may wish to consult the timely publications at http://www.nsta.org/sciencenews.
For general information about Science programs around the country, as well as locally, please be advised of the articles updated frequently at: http://www.nsta.org/parents.
Yahooligans - http://kids.yahoo.com/science
Surf the 'net for information in every subject area with a search engine designed for kids!
Ask The Experts! - http://www.askanexpert.com
Do you ever have a question that only an "expert" can answer? These experts answer questions from Astronomy to Zoology!
Kids Web - http://www.kidsvista.com/index.html
This worldwide digital library is designed for kids to research information from all disciplines, with extensive resources in the sciences.
Virtual Frog Dissection - http://george.lbl.gov/vfrog/dissect.html
Discover this frog-friendly approach to learning more about amphibians!
Cow's Eye Dissection - http://www.exploratorium.edu/learning_studio/cow_eye
Visit this site for great "insights" on the anatomy of the eye!
Dr. Internet - http://www.ipl.org/youth
Students can explore science and math facts and fun on the Internet! Site includes links to science projects and homework help.
The Black Hole Gang - http://www.blackholegang.com
Elementary and middle school students will enjoy this group of cartoon kids who do experiments and communicate results with other students!