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Adventure with Molly of Denali from PBS KIDS! In this app, kids ages 4-8 can explore the village of Qyah, and its forests, lakes, and wildlife. This app is packed with new games and interactive activities for your child to learn about Alaskan culture and nature. Garden vegetables, fish salmon and go dog sledding. Create beading projects or help run the Denali Trading Post while learning from books, diagrams, and captioned photos. 
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.
In this interactive journey, high school students will explore the forestry industry, operations and forest products, sustainability efforts, and recreation and wildlife supported by Georgia’s forests. Additionally, students will learn about a variety of career opportunities in the forestry industry. 
In this lesson, to be used with the program The War of 1812, students will listen to and compare lyrics of two songs about the war of 1812. Students will discover that problems and issues can be expressed through song lyrics. They will use the song writing process to express thoughts about a contemporary conflict.
Explore how Pythagoras and Plato found mathematics in music and nature in this video from NOVA: The Great Math Mystery. The ancient Greeks identified three pleasing musical intervals: an octave, a fifth, and a fourth. 
Take a special trip to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra with GPB Education! This interactive virtual exploration offers students a behind-the-scenes experience as they learn about the science of sound and the preparation it takes to put on a live musical performance.
Today we can listen to music just about anywhere and from a wide variety of formats. That was not the case before the turn of the 20th century. If you wanted to hear music, you made it yourself or with your family. Charles Wolfe, a music historian, describes how songs were a way of telling stories and spreading the news.
Sing and make music while learning to sound out one-syllable words. Musical videos teach decoding and blending with letters and letter combinations. By the end of this lesson, kids will be singing new words they have learned!
In this STEMonstration we'll continue to investigate gravity, friction, and the physics behind launched objects, but make it a whole lot more challenging! Using simple materials GPB educators will build and test a way to move a small ball down a zip line string in less than four seconds AND release that ball onto a target.
Your STEAM students haven't been on a field trip in ages and have had enough! They're taking extreme measures "to compare and contrast the characteristics, composition, and location of comets, asteroids, and meteoroids" by planning an interstellar field trip. Join GPB Education and an intrepid potato for a STEMonstration about how meteroids don't play nicely in space and what you can do to save the taternaut!
This live demonstration tasks students to "plan and carry out an investigation to predict and observe whether objects, based on their physical attributes, will sink or float" as they out to sea. Their submersible is almost ready, but they haven't started planning their dive suits and you're a little worried that they don't fully understand the concept of buoyancy. Join GPB Education and an egg-cellent volunteer for a STEMonstration that will float your boat and save the aquanaut!
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.
March 28th at 7 PM ET: Join GPB and the Alliance Theatre for an upcoming screening of "Sit In," an animated short that celebrates the power of youth to change history. The screening will be followed by a live discussion.
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