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Teacher Resources

Teachers Resource 2024

Check out some of the ways you can bring science into your classroom with SMO!


Whether you're looking for a way to extend learning beyond the classroom or just looking for that extra activity to make this year sizzle - a day at SMO will have everyone from toddlers to teenagers asking, "Are we there yet?" 



Due to the generous support of Dr. Elliott and Pam Schwartz and their A/E/I/O/U Foundation, Science Museum Oklahoma is able to provide live, in-person science demonstrations to Title 1 elementary and middle schools across the state of Oklahoma at no cost to the schools.  These live demonstrations are focused on the wonders of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics with the intention to inspire youth to see the relevance of career pathways in these fields and to embrace curious, lifelong learning.  These outreach events are assembly-style presentations with volunteer engagement and audience participation.
During the 2023-2024 school year, Science Museum Oklahoma visited more than 100 schools across the state.  To date, this program has served 36,777 students.  If your school is interested in having a STEAM Live presentation for your students at no cost to the school, please submit through this web form:




Slots for STEAM Live demonstrations are limited, but we will serve as many schools as possible.  If you have any questions about STEAM Live, please contact us at:


Science Museum Oklahoma is proud to partner with Devon Energy and the Oklahoma City Thunder to bring students activities that challenge them to think outside the box and develop problem-solving skills around questions that focus on STEM principles. A new activity is added to the Devon Thunder Explorers website each month during the regular NBA season.
Teachers can win up to $500 for their classroom! Now, that's a slam-dunk! Thunder Up!


Looking for a space jam-packed with science-based activities and experiments you can do with common household items?
We've got you covered when it comes to bringing science right to your classroom!