"Sparkle Heart Does Ballet," written by Olivia Dexter, is the 3rd place Kindergarten winner of our 2022 PBS KIDS Writers Contest.
"My Super Storms," written by Shankar Belagaje, is the STEAM Kindergarten winner of our 2022 PBS KIDS Writers Contest.
In this video, parents will learn about the mathematics concepts and skills that their student will learn in 2nd Grade. Parents will learn about the important role that the mathematical practices play as students deepen their understanding of place value, develop efficient number strategies to solve problems, investigate geometric shapes, measure objects using standard units and further investigate data.
Explore the rich history and the institution of the U.S. Presidency—from George Washington to Barack Obama.
There’s a cool career for every kid! Explore career options from A to Z with the Lab Squad kids as they meet and interview career professionals. The kids share lots...
Join GPB’s education outreach team for a primer on incorporating our Active Learning resources into the virtual environment. We will choose four complex active learning approaches and highlight how to utilize them around any theme - in this case, the 3Rs!
In this integrated unit, first-graders learn English language arts, math, and science standards by exploring the monarch butterfly species and the basic needs of plants. Working collaboratively, students conduct research to understand the causes behind the dwindling monarch population and investigate ways to increase it. Using their research and ideas, students design a habitat to attract the monarchs and other pollinators. The unit culminates with students presenting their habitat designs to their classmates, parents and school community.
Take a tour of a Kindergarten classroom and see what a typical day entails in this episode of Let's Learn GA!
Get to know the history and significance behind these U.S. holidays (and more!) with this new collection of resources.
Learn about the importance of water with the Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District! In this episode of Camp GPB, kids will engage in a series of easy activities they can do at home to explore how the water cycle works, the flow of water, and how waste water is treated.
These lesson plans encourage students to explore the contributions to society made by prominent Americans from all walks of life. Each lesson plan includes a short video, as well as...
Help children understand various health topics with resources Arthur and his friends. They are here to help with games, videos, and resources designed to keep children safe and strong.
This Atlanta Symphony Orchestra collection offers interactive lessons and ASO masterclasses. Learn about different sounds and instruments, how to prepare for an audition, and more!
This special collection provides a set of early reading/language arts resources, organized by early elementary and preschool literacy skills.
This unit plan – Bringing Vocabulary to Life: Using Our Words to Help Homeless Children engages students in explicit and systematic vocabulary instruction which strengthens their abilities to construct meaning of robust vocabulary. Throughout the unit plan, students embody the meanings of the words concerned, support, and compassionate by completing a service learning project. The core of the unit plan involves students learning about homelessness, and working on initiatives which both support homeless children, and help students master English Language Arts (ELA), mathematics and social studies standards. The unit is taught over a series of about five sessions. While the materials for this unit focus specifically on homelessness in Savannah, this unit can be adapted to address homelessness in your own town, city, county or state.