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Students explore Georgia habitats and the plants and animals that inhabit it by using movement to deepen the learning of vocabulary. They will work in teams to show other students ways to conserve when playing “Conservation Charades”. Individual students write Public Service Announcements through the eyes of a Georgia animal whose habitat has been tainted by pollution. These PSAs are cries for help from the animal to Georgians. Having students to embody the afflicted helps them to empathize in order to work towards solutions and be better citizens.

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Dynamic and engaging storytelling performances in schools this week! Ruby Bridges came to Oak Grove Elementary and a Cherokee Tribal Leader visited Jackson Elementary! Students experiencing the magic of storytelling...

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Dynamic and engaging storytelling performances in schools this week! Ruby Bridges came to Oak Grove Elementary and a Cherokee Tribal Leader visited Jackson Elementary! Students experiencing the magic of storytelling...
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