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## Playful Learning: Fluency Games and BrainPOP

Posted by jglassman on

At BrainPOP, we understand that computational fluency--the ability to re-create pathways in the brain, and then strengthen these connections through repetition and feedback--is essential to attaining ...

## Riddle Books Game Step Guide

Posted by jglassman on

This printable provides a step-by-step guide for playing Riddle Books, a math game that challenges players to solve algebra word problems by constructing visual models, and deriving equations from th...

## Wuzzit Trouble Game: Additional Features for My BrainPOP

Posted by jglassman on

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 Wuzzit Trouble ...

## New on BrainPOP Jr: Solving Word Problems Math Movie

Posted by SM Bruner on

Solving math word problems can be tricky for kids, but Annie and Moby are here to help! In our new Solving Word Problems movie for grades 1-3, students will learn four steps for solving a word prob...

## Building Fluency with Math Games on GameUp!

Posted by Andrew Gardner on

The first few weeks of school are spent reviewing those skills and concepts students learned the previous year, but may not have practiced over the summer. Math skills are often among those “forgott...

## New on BrainPOP: Multiplying Decimals Movie

Posted by SM Bruner on

Is multiplying decimals a real life skill? Find out in BrainPOP's latest movie as Tim and Moby explore how to multiply decimals in the tenths, hundredths, and thousandths places. They'll demonstrat...

## Multiplying Decimals Lesson Plan

Posted by SM Bruner on

In this lesson plan which is adaptable for grades 3-8, students use BrainPOP resources to explore multiplying decimals....

## The Next Math Topic Slated for BrainPOP Production is. . .

Posted by Andrew Gardner on

Back in February, we asked YOU to vote in a poll to determine which math topic BrainPOP should produce next.  We received 235 individual votes and the winner, with 28%, is multiplying and dividing de...

## Bloom’s Taxonomy in the Common Core Math Standards

Posted by cemignano on

In this 3-part series, BrainPOP's Assessment Specialist, Kevin Miklasz, shares his analysis of the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards  in relation to the levels of Bloom's taxonomy. ...

## Which Math Topic Should BrainPOP Produce Next? You Decide!

Posted by Andrew Gardner on

Now is your chance to choose the next BrainPOP math topic!  We plan to create one of the following math topics: Multiplying and Dividing Fractions, Displaying Data, Surface Area, Quadratic ...