Based on the hit PBS KIDS show, Nature Cat’s Great Outdoors is the on-the-go toolset that will inspire your child to explore nature – in the backyard, at a local park or even looking out the window. Every day, Nature Cat has a set of new daily adventures that lets kids use tools to record and share their observations in fun, creative ways!
The “blues” is a particular kind of music that is used to express feelings, especially sadness, as Pinkalicious and her brother Peter learn in this video excerpt from the PBS KIDS series PINKALICIOUS & PETERRIFIC.
Use this video from "No Nonsense Grammar" to teach students about conjunctions. Conjunctions are a part of a speech that connects different parts of a sentence, such as groups of words, clauses, or phrases.
This lesson focuses on how to manipulate the equation of a line in slope intercept form to match the graphs provided deepening the understanding of both the slope and y intercept's role in the expression.
The “secret” to what makes the King of Pops pops so delicious isn’t actually a secret at all, as you’ll see in this episode of Fast Forward. The owners themselves will give you the backstory of how King of Pops came to be, and why they have “fans” instead of customers.
Are you seeking resources for playful learning for early learners? Are you looking to find resources to decrease "summer slide"? Look no further, Georgia Public Broadcasting has a plethora of resources and fun learning activities to share to include PBS KIDS!
As connected as kids are today, it can be a full-time job for parents to know everything they’re doing online. GPB will provide some helpful tips so you and your children can enjoy social media more safely! Join us for safety tips and FUN!!
It's important for adults to engage children in conversations about race, the history and perpetuation of racism in our society, and efforts to make our world more equal and equitable. To help educators and parents do this, we've gathered a list of topics with some of our favorite resources.