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Arkansas History

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For all things Arkansas -- Check out the following: 


A new resource is available from the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program (AHPP) -- Saving Arkansas's Treasures Coloring Book. Designed for students in grades  K-4.   AHPP-Coloring Book-FINAL for Website.pdf



Restored 1939 video about Hot Springs, Arkansas available on YouTube at  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhoRkmkeKIo   



The Arkansas History HUBa one stop shop for AR history resources, lesson plans, links, workshops, grants, and much more.  A short video at http://player.vimeo.com/video/27878665?title=0&byline=0&portrait=0&autoplay=1 will introduce you to the Hub.



TheButler Center for Arkansas Studies



David and Barbara Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History 



Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site -

provides ADE approved workshops throughout the year. For a complete list of teacher resources including professional development opportunities, curriculum materials, speakers, and more, go to the Teacher’s page or contact the education specialist, Kimble Talley at (501) 396-3000.



The Arkansas Secretary of State’s office provides many free educational resources for both teachers and students.



A visit to the governor’s mansion is virtually a click away!
Free educational materials are available for the NEW virtual tour of the Arkansas Governor’s Mansion. You will find lesson plans, crossword puzzles, word searches, vocabulary building activities, coloring sheets, art activities, social studies lessons and more!



Teacher Resources and Lesson Plans on the Buffalo National River from the National Park Service


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