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Daniel Tiger and his friend Katerina Kittycat are like a lot of young children - they don’t always want to stop playing when they have to go to the bathroom. But when they start to wiggle, it’s time to Stop & Go Potty!
With Daniel Tiger’s Stop & Go Potty app, children practice stopping their play when they have to go potty and learn important bathroom routines at the potty and sink.
As Georgia educators expand the world for their students, class after class, we think they need a place to share…and learn. We are excited to introduce a new podcast series presented by the Georgia Department of Education and GPB Education. Each episode features teachers who are approaching the curriculum in innovative, impactful ways. Forget talk! This…is teacher talk!
Classroom Conversations premieres Monday, January 10th everywhere you listen to podcasts.
GPB’s PBS KIDS Writers Contest encourages Georgia kids in kindergarten through third grade to submit original, illustrated stories for great prizes and a chance to be featured on the GPB website.
Check out in early January for rules and entry form.
Content experts at the Georgia Department of Education have developed Digital Learning Plans for teachers and parents. These Georgia Standards of Excellence-based plans were specifically designed as support for school districts, administrators, teachers, and parents who are working tirelessly to provide students with quality content.
JUST ADDED: Two NEW English Learner Supports for Math!
December is National Human Rights Month and the perfect opportunity to check out our professional learning webinar Rights and Freedoms at the End of the World: Exploring the U.S. Bill of Rights Through the Dystopian Novel
Mass surveillance, thought crimes, book burnings, blood sport. How do the day-to-day realities of our great dystopian novels hold up against the rights and freedoms that we so often take for granted in American society? Join GPB Education on a harrowing exploration of the United States Bill of Rights in the context of frightfully relevant dystopian fiction. With dozens of associated online resources available to you at no cost and free from unjust censorship, your students will enthusiastically thank our Founding Fathers for the first ten amendments to the Constitution.
As Alma explores, she appreciates all the great things about her neighborhood. How can we make observations and celebrate our communities?
Listen to a master craftsman explain many of the ways that mathematics is used in woodworking, including number operations; geometry; ratios and proportions; and measurement, in this video from KAET. In the accompanying activity, students will draw a scale drawing of an object in their classroom.
Mister C and the Science Crew have all the tricks to make science exciting today! There's more than meets the eye when you try these cool optical illusions.
Against the Darkness is a video about coal mining in Montana. Underground mining was dirty and very dangerous. Many immigrants went to work in the mines while the coal mining companies controlled most other aspects in their lives – providing the housing but charging high rents or providing the general stores and making miners and their families shop there. Miners faced several inherent dangers like explosions and black lung disease, but immigrants were hoping to make enough money to either go back home or buy land.
The opioid crisis is killing Arkansans at unprecedented rates and plaguing families and communities. While the causes of opioid misuse are complex and determined by multiple factors, the goals of prevention and recovery focus on reducing risk and promoting factors that increase resiliency.
This collection brings awareness to the problem and aims to get communities and individuals the information and help they need.
This collection of Dance to Success's socio-emotional learning (SEL) resources will help elementary school students grow through dance! By following along with movement videos and engaging with provided supplementary activities, students will be able to work on all sorts of SEL skills such as sharing, listening to and accepting others, and expressing and understanding emotions, among others.
Let's Learn GA! is series of video lessons for grades K-5 taught by Georgia teachers and aligned to the Georgia Standards of Excellence. The lessons cover English language arts, fine arts, mathematics, physical health and wellness, science, and social studies.
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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