These Georgia Standards of Excellence-aligned learning plans are easy-to-use and include both “plugged and unplugged” activities.
A podcast featuring Georgia educators who are teaching and reaching students in innovative and impactful ways.
Teachers from across the state of Georgia have recorded model lessons and instructional support videos that are great for students, teachers, and parents.
Guides and videos to help families understand what students have already learned and can expect to learn when they get back to school.
GPB’s instructional broadcast schedules for PreK through 12th grade support remote or in-person learning.
Use the Teach Your Way daily activity calendar for PreK-2 students to create "anytime" moments of playful learning!
School Stories is a collection of videos that highlights innovation in teaching and learning in classrooms across Georgia.
The collection includes student and teacher editions of the Georgia Studies digital textbook, Georgia Race Through Time adventure game, Georgia Stories, and more.
A skill-building math game for kids in K-3 that focuses on developing number sense.
A printable backpack full of activities and resources for young learners, including fun bingo lessons to learn about nature, weather, and more!
GPB's PBS KIDS Writers Contest encourages Georgia kids in kindergarten through 3rd grade to submit original, illustrated stories for great prizes and a chance to be featured on the GPB website.
An online game designed to help middle and high school students learn, study, and review financial literacy topics while also practicing their budgeting skills.
A digital series for middle and high school that teaches chemistry concepts with labs and experiments.
Explore Georgia locations to learn about our state's rich history and culture. These virtual, interactive field trips highlight important Georgia locations and events.
A digital series for middle and high school that teaches physics and physical science with engaging demonstrations, three-dimensional tasks, and real-world applications.
Download these PDFs that are full of examples of simple, fun activities that you can do with your child at home and in your community that can help them begin building skills for K – 3. No special resources are required to get started.
Thematic learning opportunities for children