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
LEARNING RESOURCES AND ACTIVITIES
We will be offering daily resources and activities to support your home learning plan. For more resources, go togpb.org/learn.
Children ages 4 to 8 can tilt and tap their way through multi-level games that encourage exploration of habitats around the world. Focusing on science, each game lets kids observe, explore and use creature power suits to complete missions and help the Kratt Brothers.
Students develop their literacy skills as they explore a mathematics focus on expressing distance–time relationships with graphs. During this process, they read informational text, learn and practice vocabulary words, and explore content through videos and interactive activities.
In this episode of
Physics in Motion, we define the properties of parallel and complex circuits. We examine how to find the total voltage, current, and resistance of parallel and complex circuits. We also use a V.I.R. chart to find these things across individual resistors within a circuit.
Looking for a way to share content with your diverse learners? Seeking a tool to differentiate instructional resources? Join GPB Education and edtech guru Jen Hall to gain ideas to increase student engagement and ride the Wakelet Wave!
This is an instructional webinar for educators of 3-5 year-olds to actively engage children in the science inquiry process through hands-on learning and digital play. In this session, learners will explore relationships between light sources, objects, and shadows.
Watch our own phenomenal scholar-athlete Michael Kuenlen on his first-ever live broadcast of an All Sources Speedrun of GPB Education’s Georgia Race Through Time Game. How long will it take Mike, Savannah, and Peaches to find all 24 primary sources hidden throughout the state?