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.
We’re in Augusta to learn about careers in the medical field with a visit to Augusta University! Up first we meet a doctor specializing in wilderness medicine who was actually the first person in his family to go to college. Very inspirational! But if those years of medical school sound daunting to you, we also learn about being an athletic trainer, the field of nuclear medicine technology, and the artistic career of medical illustration.
Located in Atlanta, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is probably the most recognized health institution in the world. It’s also one of Georgia’s biggest employers! Along with Teachable Moments about the CDC’s history, and definitions of epidemiology, mutation, and antibiotic resistance, we also learn that you don’t need a doctorate in biology to work here.
Anyone watching the news knows healthcare is an ever-growing industry. So we head down to Macon to visit one of the area’s largest employers: Coliseum Health System, where we learn that you don’t have to be a doctor to be one of their 1,300+ employees! In fact, sometimes a high school education and a certificate or two are all you need to find a great job. On a different "note," we have a sing-along, hear an extremely moving story, and enjoy one of our weirdest Teachable Moments ever!
Fun activities and lessons that boost social-emotional skills among preschoolers.
Fizzy’s goal is to provide an informative overview of food and nutrition topics with an emphasis on fruits, vegetables and whole grains. The Lunch Lab will provide practical and positive examples...
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...
These resources are part of The Healthy Lunchtime Challenge, a nationwide recipe contest for kids ages 8-12 that promotes cooking and healthy eating.
The In Defense of Food curriculum for middle-school aged students was designed to help adolescents develop something valuable: practical tools for healthier eating.
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.
Join Georgia teacher Lyn Douglas in her "Lynasium" as she teaches about the importance of exercise to improve health and wellness in this episode of Let's Learn GA!.
This health and wellness series includes over 30 videos and resources and focuses on keeping families active, nutritional education, and self-awareness.
Help early learners build healthy social and emotional habits with this special collection of resources all about kindness, empathy, and inclusion! These activities, videos, tips, and guides offer thoughtful ways...
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