Fill your summer days with creativity, exploration and fun! Welcome to CAMP GPB, a series for kids that blends day camp and learning into playful fun. With the help of educators from our favorite partner organizations, as well as our own GPB "camp counselors," we are leading kids in engaging, hands-on activities. We've even included a list of the materials you'll need to do the activities at home. Be sure to check out gpb.org/summer for even more summer learning fun!
Fill your summer days with creativity, exploration and fun! Welcome to CAMP GPB, a series for kids that blends day camp and learning into playful fun. With the help of educators from our favorite partner organizations, as well as our own GPB "camp counselors," we are leading kids in engaging, hands-on activities.
Using the design inquiry process, GPB Educator Ashley Payton helps campers investigate ways they can create bubbles using household materials.
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra harpist Elisabeth Remy Johnson shows how you can use simple household materials to make a harp in this episode of Camp GPB!
Educator Thomas Hayes from Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) teaches young artists how to design and draw a superhero who will help solve a problem. The superhero will demonstrate special traits that will help make the world a better place!
Join Chef Asata as she explores a friend's chicken coop. Then learn how to cook different meals using farm fresh eggs!
Educator Helen from Tellus Science Museum shows the relative distance of planets from the sun by creating a pocket solar system in this episode of Camp GPB!
Sharon Collins, host of GPB's Georgia Outdoors, shows campers how they can explore and appreciate nature in their own backyards.
Archeologist Anne Dorland from New South Associates explains the historical and cultural significance of basket making in Georgia. Campers also learn how to construct their own woven baskets using common household objects.
GPB Educator Mike Kuenlen teaches campers how they can create beautiful patterns and designs using the natural pigments from leaves and flowers. Adult supervision recommended.
Sharon Collins, host of Georgia Outdoors, walks along a local nature trail and highlights the cool things you can observe!
Learn how reducing, reusing, and recycling can help reduce the world's pollution problem. Use the engineer design process to build a bird feeder using recyclable items!
What is color? Learn about light and wavelengths and what creates color with GPB Educator Tracey Wiley. Then learn how to build your own spectroscope using common household materials.
Chef Asata whips up a healthy and delicious snack using a few simple ingredients. She also explains the health benefits of each ingredient in the recipe!
Why do some objects sink and other objects float? It all has to do with the object's density! In this episode of Camp GPB, we use the inquiry design process to test an object's density in water.
Investigate what causes shadows and what makes them get bigger or smaller with this episode of Camp GPB!
Join us for an interactive screening and a hands-on activity with your favorite PBS KIDS characters!
GPB Education and Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) have partnered to launch Let's Learn GA! to support the instructional needs of students, teachers, and families.
In this Getting Ready video, fifth grade teacher Ms. Balaun dives into how students learn. Curiosity and inquiry are two of the biggest motivators in getting students interested and invested in what they are learning.