Are you familiar with Notgrass? IMHO they offer the best "formal" curriculum for GA State History. The link for Notgrass' EXPLORING GEORGIA curriculum is below, along with a couple of other links that you may find useful...HTH..and WELCOME to Georgia and back to The Spot!
Content: Seventy-five lesson history book, student activities that complement each lesson, and a packet of quizzes and exams with an answer key.
Enjoy Exploring Georgia at your own pace. You can read one lesson per day (five lessons per week) from The Story of Georgia, and then complete the worksheets that go along with that lesson. At this pace, you can complete the material in one semester. Or, you may want to read only two or three lessons per week and spread the activities out over a two week period. Children of all ages can enjoy studying the material together with their parents. We designed it especially for students age 10 and up.http://www.notgrass.com/georgia-stat...curriculum.php
Georgia – A Mini Unit Study
This mini unit on GEORGIA uses the cross curricular approach to education. There are several activities from different academics subjects for you to choose from. One of the most important things is to have fun!
Top 8 Georgia History and Activity Books