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Heather Neal is a content editor at GPB where the best part of her job is direct interactions supporting Georgia’s educators. She's a Georgia native who loves exploring the state and sharing its diversity with her family and friends. Heather's favorite teachers are Mr. Smith and Dr. Johnson who each taught her the values of individuality, creativity, and critical thinking.

Recent Blog Posts

Mister Rogers continues to bring positivity through remixed tunes.
The Daily Jog - June 25, 2013 - 5:56am
PBS Digital Studios has released several “remixed” classics. They’ve taken our favorite and truly iconic PBS hosts and created auto-tuned renditions of memorable moments. We’ve shared them with you...
How does this cube (instruction on WikiHow) prevent summer learning loss?
Family - June 24, 2013 - 12:00pm
This one is truly for all ages. It’s completely adaptable and limitless in the realm of possibilities. You’ve likely got everything you need in the same room with you. Using cubes or dice, write...
Seriously.  How is this a thing?
Family - June 21, 2013 - 6:15am
In keeping with the Summer Fun theme, I give you why in the world doesn't this bag leak?! Steve Spangler has some incredible science experiments on YouTube. The idea is for kids (with adult...
Get all of the show info online at puppets.org
Family - June 20, 2013 - 11:22am
Summer reading is vitally important to retention. It’s probably the easiest way to be sure your child is retaining the fundamentals of the past year. Even my little guy is picking up on words,...
courtesy Thomas Milburn via flickr
Family - June 14, 2013 - 6:57am
There are (at least) two schools of thought on the Mother’s Day/ Father’s Day tradition. One says that today you get to relish the parent-ness of your life by spending all day with the kiddos doing...

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