We are dedicated to serving families, teachers, and students by supporting at-home learning during the COVID-19 outbreak. In partnership with GaDOE, we are offering an instruction broadcast schedule on GPB-TV and online learning resources. Kids can still find their favorite shows on GPB's PBS KIDS 24/7 channel and at .
To better support families and teachers, we want to know how you have been using the Georgia Home Classroom on and/or the modified broadcast schedule.
We will be offering daily resources and activities to support your home learning plan. For more resources, go to .
In Blob Chase, kids can have fun practicing core math skills throughout each of the 75 levels of games. Kids (5-8) help to recover the blobs by using gadgets to add, subtract, halve or double passageways throughout Odd Squad headquarters or in spooky Blobsylvania.
On weekdays from 6 am to 6 pm, GPB TV has modified its programming schedule to support distance learning. All coinciding activities for the week can be found on .
In this clip from Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum, Yadina has a problem: she doesn’t know how to be a good leader. So, she meets up with George Washington, the first president of the United States, to see how he leads other people.
Follow Al the aluminum can on a journey into the ocean after he is tossed away as litter. Students learn about the impact of litter on bodies of water and discover ways to reduce litter. In the accompanying activity, students attempt to clean a simulated polluted lake using various techniques and materials.
The Jimmy Carter virtual field trip takes students on a journey through the remarkable life of James Earl "Jimmy" Carter, Jr. from his hometown experiences and early years through to his time as governor and president, into achievements post-presidency.
This activity shows students how both in the North and in the South, music was used extensively during the Civil War to rally troops and the public. Different versions of familiar songs, in which both sides borrowed each other’s tunes or lyrics, are presented.
Join us for a special session with Sheila McAlister, the director of the Digital Library of Georgia, to learn how to efficiently explore the freely available primary sources found in its Georgia, civil rights, and historic newspaper portals.
Join GPB Education for an exploratory overview of our comprehensive digital resources for elementary school ELA. Participants will learn more about how to meaningfully engage students with the thousands of online resources.
Join GPB Education and special guest Alexander Parker from The New Book Press to learn about exciting resources available for English and Theater teachers surrounding the works of William Shakespeare.
GPB Education has launched a robust website offering an abundance of PreK-12 digital learning resources and a new GPB-TV programming schedule to support at-home learning.
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