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With this app children have the chance to play about some of Daniel’s everyday experiences – experiences that might be a lot like theirs. And as they play, young children will be learning a little bit more about their place in the world. You’ll be learning too – about your child - when you talk, listen and play together.
In this activity from Arthur, help your children talk about appreciation and make cards for special people in their lives. This activity uses simple household supplies and help strengthen a child's ability to express themselves in a creative way.
In this episode of Things Explained, we discuss how a tiny paper clip sinks in water but a cargo ship weighing 250,000 tons floats. We also explain what density, buoyancy, and a man named Archimedes have to do with this science phenomenon.
Do your eyes glaze over when you ever hear about the DOW? Are you still confused about what the DOW is? This episode of "Two Cents" explains what the DOW is and how it's used to measure the United States' economy.
Join GPB’s education outreach team for an exploratory overview of our digital content for citizenship and government, including video collections, lesson plans and strategies for civics engagement along with approaches to incorporating social justice.