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 social studies. 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 more social studies lessons coming soon.
Explore the Carter Family Commissary in Plains, Georgia, to learn how math was utilized daily to operate the store. In the episode, students will also learn about the types of goods that were sold in this store during the 1930s.
Take a tour of Jimmy Carter's boyhood home in Plains, Georgia, in this episode of Let's Learn GA! In the video, students will see how homes, entertainment, and communication differed in the 1930s.
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 episode of Let's Learn GA!, students will join Trinecia Ward, a Rockdale County teacher, to learn about the topographical features and geographic regions of Georgia.
In this lesson of Let's Learn GA!, students will learn all about maps! Georgia teacher Lisa Rogers introduces learners to atlases, a compass rose, and different types of maps. Major landforms in the United States are also identified on maps.
Students learn the origins and consequences of the Cold War and the meaning of the term "Iron Curtain" in this Let's Learn GA! episode with Georgia teacher Michael Holliday.