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Map it Out:
Show off your knowledge of Georgia geography by helping Savannah and Peaches find the correct city where the mystery artifact is located. Players receive a location clue and then click GO on the location that matches the clue. If you guess wrong, you lose precious time!

The Envelope Please:
Players are presented with six envelopes, each representing a different time period in Georgia history. Players must help Savannah and Peaches find the artifacts in each time period in order to win the race!

Guess Who:
Help Savannah and Peaches guess the identities of historical figures by asking questions. You only get five questions before you have to make your final guess!


Savannah Harper is a young, hip expert of antiques and a Georgia enthusiast. She and her trusted canine companion, Peaches, travel around Georgia on their motorbike looking for rare, historical artifacts. Savannah has a very special psychic power that she inherited from her grandmother. She can see back in time whenever she touches an object from the past. When eccentric billionaire Bunny Cashworth passes away, Savannah and Peaches are invited to participate in the Georgia Race Through Time challenge with a chance to win a cash prize and naming rights to a wing of the Cashworth Museum. Savannah’s psychic power will come in handy as she tries to beat the clock and some tough competition!

Test your knowledge of Georgia’s historical figures with the Guess Who Mini Game. Click to play!

Virtual Field Trips
The virtual field trips bring Georgia locations to life with interviews, 360-degree panoramic photography, interactive elements, discussion prompts, and videos. Teachers can help students explore these historic locations by accessing the virtual field trips through the web and tablets.

Georgia Studies Digital Textbook
This digital textbook tells the story of Georgia—its history, culture, and geography. The information is presented in an innovative and interactive format and is aligned to Georgia standards.

Education Matters Blog
The Education Matters blog covers topics and trends in education, as well as school-specific success stories. The “Share Your Story” initiative allows teachers from all over the state to upload a guest blog, sharing how they are innovating and integrating technology in their classroom.