VideoChef Kevin Mitchell joins Devyn Whitmire in this episode of “Go For It’ to cook up a traditional and delicious South Carolina dish.
Explore South Carolina
Learn about South Carolina. You may be surprised at what you'll find!
In addition to the topics below, you can also delve into South Carolina's history by visiting the Social Studies section.
Public schools observe John C. Calhoun's birthday, March 18, as South Carolina Day.
VideoMusic teachers show step by step instructions on how to navigate the GarageBand app. Students will navigate the garageband app and make musical choices to build an original song. Students will be...
VideoAt the beginning of this video, Porterfield and Brooks will recap the GarageBand app and notes from the previous video, Creating the Song, Taking Notes. Porterfield and Brooks will review the glossary...
DocumentOur great state is known for many wonderful places, rich cultural traditions, beautiful and unique flora and fauna, and the source of a variety of products found nowhere else in the nation. This...
VideoKnown for its giant hardwoods and towering pines, Congaree National Park is home to a floodplain forest that includes one of the highest canopies in the world.
VideoIf the walls of the South Carolina State House could talk, they would reveal over a century of history. Located in the geographic center of South Carolina, this landmark is home to the Governor's...
VideoEXPIRES: 1/22/2023 Jill Wiseman demonstrates a new Kumihomo technique using beading wire and rattail cord, so that crystals can be added.
VideoEXPIRES: 1/22/2023 Host Katie Hacker, and Tammy Honamon take viewers through the process of looming with beads to create a bracelet. Looming is one of the many ways a bracelet can be created.
VideoEXPIRES: 1/22/2023 Host Katie Hacker concludes this special with yarn tassel techniques. Yarn tassels can make for great craft projects for those on the go!
VideoEXPIRES: 1/22/2023 Lindsay Burke demonstrates to viewers how to make woven bracelets with metal blanks, which mimic the look of Pendleton wools, or traditional woven Navajo design.