A new math game GASHA GO! for kids in kindergarten through third grade build kids' number sense.
Emma Foulkes, half of the first same-sex couple to be wed in the US, joins the table to talk about her life experiences as a bisexual woman. Sunday, February 25 at 6:30 pm
On Second Thought is a one-hour, daily news talk show that airs at 9 a.m. ET weekdays.
As someone who loves the music of the 60s, I’ve always been fascinated by the era. Although it’s 1968, my birth year, that really sparks my curiosity.
So, how was your National Signing Day…???
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GPB has digital resources to use in the classroom to educate students about the achievements of African Americans.
Resources from PBS Learning Media:
1) Understanding Duke Ellington | WNET | 1-4
2) Ronald Johnson of Sapelo Island | American Graduate | 3-12
3) Rosa Parks | WGBH | 3-12
4) African American History | Lion Television | 4-13+
5) Civil Rights Act 1964 | National Archives | 6-13+
6) Together | WNET | 3-8
7) Identifying the Social & Cultural Context | WNET | 6-8
8) Jacob Lawrence & Martin Puryear | American Graduate | 6-12
9) The Harlem Renaissance | Library of Congress | 6-12
10) 14th Amendment | National Archives | 6-13+
11) Finding Your Roots | WNET | 8-12
12) The NAACP | Library of Congress | 9-12
13) Using Oral History | Hudson West Productions | 9-12
14) The Civil War & Abolition | WNET | 9-12
15) Educating the ‘Whole Child’ | Hudson West | 9-12
16) A Writer in the Making | American Masters | 9-12
17) Forgotten Genius | NOVA | 9-12
18) African American Tradition | Give Me the Banjo | 9-12
19) The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross
20) PBS Learning Media resources for Black History Month