Looking to improve reading skills in your classroom? Join us in conversation with Beth Herod, Early Learning and Elementary Curriculum Director for Gordon County Schools, to learn how to implement skill checks and interventions to improve student literacy!
Free teacher resources help students explore a healthy recipe during October Farm to School Month. Farm to School Month encourages students to try new foods and get excited about fruits and vegetables.
Use these children's books to help young students understand the history of Juneteenth and celebrate the end of slavery in the United States.
Get students interested in science by bringing the subject from the page to real life! Join us in conversation with third grade teacher Amy Brown to learn how hands-on, inquiry-based 3D science instruction can improve students understanding of the natural world.
Use this collection of picture books to help young learners learn about the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Want to to foster a love of learning in your classroom? Get tips from inquiry-based social studies teachers, Melissa Williamson and Jennifer Bell, in our Season 2 finale!
Student documentarians become changemakers in this year's competition: If you were a newly elected member of Congress, which issue would you address and why?
Awarding $100,000 in cash prizes
New animated PBS KIDS show introduces young bilingual Mexican-American, Rosie Fuentes, and her multicultural blended family, teaching children about their community and the world.
Georgia Public Broadcasting, in partnership with the Georgia Department of Education, has launched Let's Learn GA!, a collection of instructional, teacher-led videos designed for students in kindergarten through fifth grade.
These winners were among hundreds of K-3 students in Georgia who participated in the 2020 PBS KIDS Writers Contest.
It's important for adults to engage children in conversations about race and racism in our society.
New kids show aims to give children ages 4 to 7 the tools to solve problems by thinking and acting like scientists and igniting their natural curiosity and empathy.
The animated series, Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum, will feature historical heroes starting November 11.
Why it really takes a village to raise a child.
Sesame Street Muppet Karli—whose mother struggles with addiction—offers hope and resilience-building strategies.
From spooky tales to heroic adventures, these stories will have your kids on the edge of their seats!
New K-5 standards aim to help students understand the powerful impact of agriculture on Georgia’s prosperity.
GPB Education celebrated 16 top young writers in Georgia in its annual PBS KIDS Writers Contest awards ceremony.
New videos, a storybook, and interactive activities feature Karli, a new Sesame Street Muppet in foster care, and her foster parents.
PBS KIDS and GPB dive into summer with new programming, digital resources, community activities, and more for the whole family.