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 .
As we approach the end of the school year, we want your feedback on what you would like to receive from us during the summer months. Do you want us to continue a daily e-newsletter? Do you want fewer or more webinar offerings? Let us know!
We will be offering daily resources and activities to support your home learning plan. For more resources, go to .
Build a robot and immerse your kids in STEM learning! The Cat in the Hat Invents engages your preschooler in engineering and problem solving. Join Nick, Sally and the Cat in the Hat as they explore the world of science, working through obstacles as they overcome various engineering challenges.
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 .
Planning ahead? View next week's schedule here .
In GPB's latest episode of Things Explained, students learn about the purpose of PPE and its importance when treating sick patients.
Explore what it means to be a U.S. citizen while maintaining one's own ethnic identity using this video from the PBS KIDS series ARTHUR. After watching, children engage in discussion and activities to explore notions of citizenship and diversity.
This interactive lesson focuses on using what you know about pattern recognition and using data to write expressions in order for you to figure out the equation to model the situation given.
In this blended lesson supporting literacy skills, students learn how the theory that explains the position of Earth's continents was established and later modified. Students develop their literacy skills as they explore a science focus on how the scientific community operates. 
In 1963 in Americus, Georgia, 15 girls between the ages of 12 and 14 were jailed in a one room stockade with no running water for 45 days for their roles in Civil Rights Movement protests. After they were released, the women didn't speak of their ordeal for over 50 years.
Join GPB’s education outreach team for an exploratory overview of our comprehensive free digital content, including content for exercise, health, nutrition, and wellness, and tools available to all Georgia students and teachers through our partnerships with Discovery Education and PBS LearningMedia.
Join GPB for a series of FUN and EDUCATIONAL online workshops for kids this summer, geared toward kids ages 4-8. Together, we’ll watch well-known PBS KIDS shows and participate in hands-on learning activities.
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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