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Play free learning games with your favorite PBS KIDS characters anytime, anywhere. PBS KIDS Games features top shows, including Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood, Wild Kratts, Super Why, The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!, Dinosaur Train and more.
Hope Givers highlights hope and resilience across America, with each episode spotlighting an individual or group that has eschewed adversity and focused instead on creating a positive impact on their community. Episodes showcase real stories, animation shorts, youth self-care activities, student films and musical performances.
Coming Sept. 30th at 10 AM ET
Join GPB Education for a live virtual field trip to the Georgia Peanut Commission in Tifton, GA to explore the world of peanuts! Students will hear from various experts as they learn about farming peanuts, the role peanuts play in our economy, and the technology it takes to make Georgia one of the world's largest peanut producers. (Georgia produces over 50% of the peanuts in the United States!)
Econ Express is a unique online resource that helps teachers and students learn, practice, and assess basic economic concepts in a creative and engaging way. Covering 51 concepts, Econ Express serves as a general overview of the content typically taught in a high school Intro to Economics course.
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Have fun while learning all month long! Use this PBS KIDS September activity calendar to explore something new each day of the month. 
Elephants Can Paint Too! This video segment from Between the Lions compares the art done by elephants with art done by real kids in Thailand. Featured vocabulary includes: city, jungle, hands, trunks, art class, brush, paint, dots, colors, flowers, and style. This video segment provides a resource for vocabulary, language and vocabulary development.
You can use subtraction and absolute values to quickly find the distance between any two numbers. Learn more with this interactive video from the School Yourself Algebra series.
Follow three kids as they explore their local environment to find evidence from an earlier rainstorm. Students can use the live-action video to help them explore, identify, and describe evidence that indicates weather conditions from earlier in the day.
Students examine the challenges that three Latino Americans faced and overcame as they achieved success in their careers. This interactive lesson introduces students to playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda, actor Judy Reyes, and astronaut José Hernández through interviews from MARIA HINOJOSA: ONE-ON-ONE.
In this interactive lesson, students explore the extent to which society (and they themselves) may discriminate based on factors they’re not even aware of, implicit biases. Why haven't laws been enough to eliminate discrimination? One part of the answer is implicit bias. In this lesson you’ll learn what implicit bias is, how it influences your own thinking, and how its impact can be minimized.
Students will learn animation basics by virtually flipping from image to image very quickly to create the illusions of movement. Students will create a virtual animation flipbook.
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.
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