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All Aboard! The ultimate dinosaur app for your child from the hit PBS KIDS show Dinosaur Train! This essential dinosaur collection helps build reading skills and encourages the exploration of life science and natural history through discovery, play and reading!
On weekdays from 6 am to 6 pm, GPB TV has modified its programming schedule to support distance learning. It now includes conversation starters and discussion questions.
Federalism is the constitutional division of power between the US state governments and the national government, also known as the federal government. By design, the US has different levels of government, ranging from the smallest areas of the country to the entire United States of America. In this episode of Things Explained, we discuss the powers given to federal, state, and local governments and how they impact each other.
This video from Shakespeare Uncovered explores the famous balcony scene in Romeo and Juliet. Students will examine the dialogue, learn what it really means, and decide which character is driving the scene — and the play — forward.
Make Cyber-Valentine cards with fun messages from the CyberSquad. Use geometry, partitioning and symmetry to make each card in this Cyberchase activity.
Chocolate lovers, unite around this sweet science lesson featuring a milk chocolate-loving cow. Melt chocolate and make fudge to learn about liquid and solid phases of matter. Read and record chocolate data using flowcharts and bar graphs. Yum!
No one knows for sure who St. Valentine was, but we still honor him with a holiday. In this episode of "All About the Holidays," listen to one legend about who he was, and discover more about this celebration of love.
In this Spanish activity, students are instructed to write a Valentine card for a pen pal in Colombia. Explain how you, your family, and friends celebrate Valentine's Day in the United States. Use as many Spanish words as you can. 
Join us as we create American Hero Boards (assignment boards, choice boards, or playlists) using the storyboard builder tool available with our free PBS LearningMedia teacher and student accounts. In this session, we will focus on the bravery of Frederick Douglass, the perseverance of Sojourner Truth, and the boldness of Harriet Tubman.
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.
Join GPB Education and Sesame Street for a special series of professional development workshops for early childhood educators on February 3rd and February 10th. See all times and descriptions of events at
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