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...
Can you answer the question, "What is Color?" Join GPB Education and Physics Girl on a STEMonstration into how we perceive light waves and build your own STEM Alive spectroscope out of common household items so that everything you see is coming up rainbows! Activity instructions and materials list available here: bit.ly/3vKIAf1
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!
Get to know the history and significance behind these U.S. holidays (and more!) with this new collection of resources.
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!
Fill your summer days with creativity, exploration and fun! Welcome to CAMP GPB, a series for kids that blends day camp and learning into playful fun. With the help of educators from our...
In this personalized and integrated computer science, English Language Arts, and mathematics unit, students learn to code using Python via the programming software, Code Combat. Using a series of unique strategies, including call and response and journaling, the unit seamlessly pairs culturally responsive pedagogy with content standards to engage all students as they learn to code. Throughout the unit, the class transforms into an internet café, where students choose the place and pace of their learning to complete coding asks.
In this unit, fifth grade students learn social studies and technology standards simultaneously. First, in partners, students research a 19th century immigrant group of their choice. Then, using their research and coding knowledge, partners code a kiosk with information about the immigrant group that could be displayed at the Ellis Island museum.
Entertaining, educational and inspiring, these virtual concerts from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra are a great resource for students and educators alike.
This integrated unit challenges students to think critically about environmental conservation while applying English language arts, science, and social studies standards. Students learn about habitats, community development, and environmental agencies and their roles in influencing conservation efforts and the environment. Additionally, students conduct experiments on plant life to understand and observe various influences on natural habitats. With the help of community members, students conclude the unit with a 24-hour BioBlitz and collect data on and classify all of the animals and plants around the school. Students capture their findings with iPads and other devices and create an eBook for the school.
Join Chef Asata as she explores a friend's chicken coop. Then learn how to cook different meals using farm fresh eggs!
Educator Helen from Tellus Science Museum shows the relative distance of planets from the sun by creating a pocket solar system in this episode of Camp GPB!