teach about the flu

Using BrainPOP to Teach about the Flu

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Need to teach about the Flu? Experts say the flu epidemic is worse this winter than in recent years, and right now, the flu season is at its peak. You can use BrainPOP resources to help your students ...

Guest Blogger: Angela Kiser Shares Her Experience Using the BrainPOP App

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Using the BrainPOP app is easy! Check out our guest blog post: Angela Nixon Kiser is a National Board Certified Teacher who works tirelessly to provide interactive and meaningful learning in a technol...
content and technology integration

Guest Blogger Joli Barker: BrainPOP as a Staple of Effective Content and Technology Integration

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Joli Barker, 2nd Grade Educator at Earl H. Slaughter Elementary McKinney ISD, McKinney, Texas www.tinyurl.com/xbrox360 Check out this discussion of BrainPOP, content and technology integration! M...
KAPi award

BrainPOP receives KAPi award

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Every January, the big players in the consumer electronics industry gather in Las Vegas to share the newest innovations and developments. From collossal TVs to networked "smart" home appliances this y...
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WEBINAR CANCELLED: netTrekker Search/Knovation & BrainPOP: Multiple Resources for Multiple Intelligences

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Please be advised that the webinar for today, January 9th at 3:00 PM ET, has been cancelled.  Please check back as this webinar will be rescheduled for a later date.  We apologize for any inconvenienc...
shortest day of the year

The Shortest Day of the Year – and the Maya Apocalypse!

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Why are the days getting shorter? Why is it getting cold in some places and not in others? Why are there seasons? Here in the Northern Hemisphere, December 21st is the shortest day of the year and the...
after the sandy hook tragedy

Attempting to Carry on After the Sandy Hook Tragedy

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It’s Monday morning, and teachers everywhere are facing the challenge of helping students come to terms with the Sandy Hook tragedy while ensuring they feel safe at school. On top of that, we’re still...

Main Idea Lesson Plan: It’s a Real Life Skill!

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In this lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades K-8, students use BrainPOP Jr. and/or BrainPOP resources to explore main idea. Students will practice finding the main idea of popular movies, music ...

A Horrific Day

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There are no words to convey the horror of today's shootings in Connecticut. Our hearts and our deepest sympathies go out to Sandy Hook Elementary - its students and staff, as well as the families and...
learning about blood

Learning about Blood Through GameUp’s Free Online Games

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Are your students learning about blood typing, blood transfusions, or blood sugar? Are they exploring the human immune system or how the circulatory system works? The free collection of science and ma...