Use this collection of Father’s Day activities to show your love and appreciation for dads and father figures!
Fill your summer days with creativity, exploration and fun with GPB Education's newest digital series, Camp GPB! Camp GPB blends day camp and learning into playful fun. With the help of educators from some of our favorite partner organizations, as well as our own GPB "camp counselors," we are leading kids in engaging, hands-on activities.
Summer break is officially here! Check out these DIY crafts from Tierra Encantada that kids can do at home. Using common household items, kids can create musical instruments, stamp art, and more!
After a year of remote learning, this summer offers new possibilities as parents, caregivers and educators take the time to regroup and refresh. PBS will offer fun new resources, content, and activities for families and educators, as well as tools to support the social and emotional growth of young children.
Families play a significant role in supporting their children’s health and learning, guiding them successfully through school processes, and advocating for their children and for the effectiveness of schools.
To raise awareness of the importance of pollinators, the threats they face, and their contribution to sustainable development, the UN has designated 20 May as World Bee Day. Below are resources to inform, celebrate, and create a buzz!
Give your child a new experience this summer with a book that inspires them to learn more about the world around them! Whether you're planning a trip or two out of town or plan to stay close to home, reading is a great way to spark curiosity and learning during the summer months. Check out our list of children's books on traveling.
State School Superintendent Richard Woods has announced the 10 finalists for 2022 Georgia Teacher of the Year.
The finalists were chosen from a pool of applicants all previously selected as their school district's Teacher of the Year. The applications were read by a panel of judges that included teachers, past Georgia Teacher of the Year winners, administrators, community leaders and others. The finalists were chosen based on the strength of their essay responses.
Use this toolkit to promote understanding about Islam through study of the culture, traditions, and personal stories of Muslim Americans. Engaging videos, background essays, discussion questions, and teaching tips challenge students to recognize religious intolerance and combat Islamophobia, while increasing empathy and celebrating diversity.