Let's Learn GA! is series of video lessons for grades K-12 taught by Georgia teachers. The videos in this collection are aligned to the Georgia Standards of Excellence for science. Let's Learn GA! is a collaboration between GPB and the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) to support both in-person and remote learning plans. Check back for science lessons coming soon.
Teacher Sarah Lucas reads a book she wrote about a family of foxes and teaches students about the characteristics and behaviors of adult foxes and their offspring in this episode of Let's Learn GA!
Teachers at Crisp County Schools explore what characteristics make up something that is living and compare that to something that is nonliving in this episode of Let's Learn GA!.
Join Georgia teacher Karen Garland to learn all about plants in this episode of Let's Learn GA!
Students can take a visit to a school chicken coop with Georgia teacher Angela Willis and learn about the basic needs chickens require to live happy and healthy lives in this episode of Let's Learn GA!.
Take a step back in time with a visit to the Jimmy Carter National Historical Park in Plains, Georgia. In this episode of Let's Learn GA!, students will learn about young Jimmy Carter's chores on his family farm in the 1930s. They'll also see how several simple machines are used on the farm as well as in the blacksmith shop.
In this special episode of Let's Learn GA!, we visit the Jimmy Carter National Historical Park in Plains, Georgia, to learn about the life of President Jimmy Carter and his family. Students will learn about First Lady Rosalyn Carter's love of butterflies and the importance of these pollinators.
Georgia teacher Kori Perez takes students on a tour of a rock quarry to understand the attributes of rocks and minerals in this episode of Let's Learn GA!.
In this episode of Let's Learn GA!, we investigate why something made of copper--like a penny or the Statue of Liberty--can change color from reddish brown to green.