First grade teacher, Ms. Trammell, covers a variety of ways caregivers and parents can help students get prepared for first grade. Concepts range from math, to nutrition, to ELA!
In this Getting Ready video, Coach Woods highlights activities kids can do at home over the summer to help them be prepared for the upcoming school year in physical education. He also addresses the importance of nutrition and wellness.
In this Getting Ready video, Ms. Oglesby shares helpful ways families can help their child prepare for the third grade.
In this Getting Ready video, fourth grade teacher Ms. Rogers reviews social studies, English/language arts, and wellness concepts students learned in third grade and shares ways caregivers can help learners retain that information over the summer.
Coach Kenan Woods, a K-5 physical education teacher, demonstrates the seven basic active motor skills K-2 students will learn. Caregivers can practice these skills with their children over the summer to help them get ready for K-2 physical education.
These "Getting Ready" guides will help families understand what children entering K-3 have already learned and can expect to learn when they get back to school. The guides are available in English...
Ms. Seides, a Georgia kindergarten teacher, shares ways caregivers can help their children get ready for kindergarten over the summer.
Ms. Murphy, a Georgia PreK teacher and former kindergarten teacher, identifies simple ways to engage students during the summer months to help them prepare for kindergarten.
These resources are part of The Healthy Lunchtime Challenge, a nationwide recipe contest for kids ages 8-12 that promotes cooking and healthy eating.
An Emmy Award-winning, uplifting series highlighting hope and resilience. Hope Givers is a first of its kind, available at no cost, and aligned to standards for students in grades 6-12 across...
Jae Carter and their mentor Rachel Thomas share their experiences as human trafficking victims. Jae and Rachel are now building an empowered and educated community to help victims of human trafficking globally.
The In Defense of Food curriculum for middle-school aged students was designed to help adolescents develop something valuable: practical tools for healthier eating.
Mark Lucas, an Alabama native, learned how to achieve his goal of becoming a rock star while facing cortical dysplasia. Mark thought he would have to give up on his dreams after his diagnosis, but is now a mentor/trusted adult who helps children who are living with neurological disorders and autism explore music therapy.
This collection includes over 50 videos and lessons and media clips based upon Movement in the Classroom Physical Education curriculum and is part of WSKG Public Media’s Working on Wellness project.
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.