New on BrainPOP

What’s New on BrainPOP: October Recap

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BrainPOP offered up lots of treats this month (but no tricks!). Check out what’s new.  

New Features

Digital Citizenship
BrainPOP now offers free access to our Digital Citizenship collection, including ready-made learning pathways and Teaching Resources to help you get started. 

Current BrainPOP subscribers link directly to the Digital Citizenship collection using an individual teacher or student account. New to BrainPOP? No problem! You can register for a FREE BrainPOP Digital Citizenship subscription

Make-a-Movie Download
Downloading student-made BrainPOP movies is easy! Click How to Download Make-a-Movie Step Guide for the three simple steps.

You can now find Newsela’s high-quality, nonfiction articles in over 700 BrainPOP topics! And all articles are adjustable to five different reading levels. Type “Newsela” in the BrainPOP search bar to find all the topics with a related text. For more information about Newsela, such as how it integrates with BrainPOP and strategies for using it in the classroom, review the Newsela Teaching Support resource.

Updated Topic

Online Safety
In honor of Digital Citizenship week this month, we’ve updated our Online Safety movie. Cassie and Moby discuss how to stay safe online, including how to protect personal information, communicate with people they meet online, and seek out help if they find themselves in a sticky situation.


Do I Have a Right?
In this updated game from our partner, iCivics, students put their their constitutional law knowledge to the test.