Each field trip brings locations to life with… Interviews, 360-degree panoramic photography, Interactive elements, Videos and User guide.
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Topics Include: Slavery and Freedom, Georgia Forests, Civil Rights Movement, Indian Mounds, Warm Springs, University of Georgia, Andersonville, Creek Nation, Regions of Georgia, Cherokee Nation, Physical Features of Georgia and Jimmy Carter. LINK HERE TO VIEW THESE GEORGIA FIELD TRIPS
-Page to draw family picture-
-All about me
-How I'm feeling
-What I am doing at home
-Hand print page
-Special occasion page
-Letter to myself sheet
-Interview for the parents
-Letter from the parents
Here is something we can all do! Kids, Families or Anyone!
Call and leave a message of gratitude, hope, love and support for health heroes at the forefront of the COVID-19 pandemic.
You can hear some of the messages which have come through so far. It’s beautiful. Some caregivers have been listening as they get ready for work, drive to the hospital, or as they take a needed break. – Brad Montague
J.K. Rowling and her Wizarding World partners have launched Harry Potter At Home today to help children, parents, carers and teachers confined at home during the Covid-19 outbreak.
WizardingWorld.com is hosting Harry Potter At Home, a hub of information and activities for parents, children and carers to discover the magic of Harry Potter, by reading or listening on their own or together with loved ones.
Explore the hub for a wealth of creative and craft activities, quizzes, puzzles and more. There will also be a weekly email newsletter bringing fresh ideas into inboxes each Friday.
The bestselling author of the Dog Man and Captain Underpants series will be welcoming readers inside his mind through Dav Pilkey at Home, a collaboration between the author, the Library of Congress, and Scholastic.
Dav Pilkey will share drawing lessons and read-alouds with young readers. Each show will be accompanied by content drawn from the library’s collections, as well as tips from Pilkey for children to act out scenes from his Dog Man books and for creating new characters of their own.
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