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!
Karen Garland, a K-5 science teacher, shares what new concepts rising second graders can expect to learn and ways caregivers can help their children get ready for the new school year over the summer.
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.
In this Getting Ready video, fifth grade teacher Ms. Balaun dives into how students learn. Curiosity and inquiry are two of the biggest motivators in getting students interested and invested in what they are learning.
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.
Introduction to international languages and cultures.
HEY WORDY! delights children by combining education and entertainment to teach kids foreign words, phrases, and cultures through live action, animation, original songs, &...
These online self-paced lessons for blended learning are designed to enhance the literacy skills of struggling readers in grades 5–8.
It’s Lit! is a series of smart, funny video essays from PBS Digital Studios about our favorite books and why we love to read. Hosted by Lindsay Ellis, the series...
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.
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!
Georgia teacher Hillary Seides leads a lesson on how to write an informative/explanatory text in this episode of Let's Learn GA!.
In this video lesson, you will need:
-something to write with
-something to color with
In this episode of Let's Learn GA!, Georgia author Laurel Snyder and first grade teacher Tracy Trammel collaborate on a lesson that teaches students how to made connections to literature using Snyder's book, The King of Too Many Things.