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What’s New at BrainPOP: December Recap

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And that’s a wrap! Be sure to explore updated movies and more from December.


Regions of the Thirteen Colonies UPDATE

Join Tim and Moby as they explore the stories behind the New England, Middle, and Southern Colonies, especially how geography impacted everything from a region’s industry to its culture. 
See related lesson plan and discussion prompts.


BrainPOP Jr.

Loops NEW

Round and round and round we go! In this computer programming movie, Annie and Moby learn how using loops in coding to repeat actions more easily and efficiently.
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Using Adjectives to Compare NEW

What is faster than a car? Who is the funniest robot? Join Annie and Moby as they discover how to use comparative and superlative adjectives to bring sentences to life.  
See related lesson ideas.



Hour of Code & Computer Science Education Week

Read all about how BrainPOP celebrate Hour of Code and Computer Science Education earlier this month. Did you know that BrainPOP is an official Hour of Code activity on  To choose a project, visit Hour of Code and select BrainPOP from the “Created By” drop-down menu on the left. 


CBE of the Month

Meet December’s CBE Stephanie Dalton, an 8th grade English and Composition teacher, and discover how she uses BrainPOP for non-traditional assessments.  


BrainPOP & iCivics: Political Parties

With the 2020 election around the corner, we’ve compiled resources to help students better understand political parties and the presidential campaign process, including the updated game Win the White House from our partner, iCivics.


Certified BrainPOP Educator Application

Interested in becoming a Certified BrainPOP Educator? We are now accepting applications for our January 2020 online course. Before you apply, please complete BrainPOP 101.