Scientific Modeling Lesson Plan: Lost at the Forever Mine

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In this lesson plan, adaptable for grades 5-9, students play Lost at the Forever Mine, a game that introduces mathematical modeling that scientists and engineers practice to describe data and predict ...

Lost at the Forever Mine Game: SnapThought Prompts

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Do your students have individual accounts? If you have a school-wide BrainPOP subscription, students will be able to use our SnapThought ® tool to play the game Lost at the Forever Mine game!  Snap...

April is Earth Awareness Month

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Celebrate Earth Day every day with eco-friendly movies and games! Earth Awareness Movies BrainPOP provides movies featuring a broad range of environmental topics in these Science units: Diversity of...

Race to Ratify Extension Activities

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Make your students’ game play more meaningful with these extension and assessment activities  designed specifically for Race to Ratify by our partner, iCivics. Find additional resources to support ...

Race to Ratify Game Guide

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Download this teacher Game Guide provided by our partner, iCivics, for learning objectives, big ideas, steps for how to play, screen guide & tips, discussion questions, and activity ideas. Find ad...

Race to Ratify SnapThought Prompts

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Have your students signed up for individual logins through My BrainPOP? If you have a school-wide subscription to BrainPOP, students will be able to use our SnapThought ® tool to play Race to Ratify. ...

Race to Ratify: History Files

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The History Files support teaching the game by providing helpful vocabulary, a timeline of ratification, research, and additional ideas for classroom activities....

Mission US: For Crown or Colony?

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BrainPOP & iCivics Team Up for a Special Sortify!

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In this special edition of Sortify, developed in partnership with iCivics, students apply critical thinking skills by categorizing information representing key citizenship concepts. The more complex t...

Sortify: US Citizenship – SnapThought Prompts

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