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Teach the Election with BrainPOP! Upcoming Webinars, Resources, and More

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The height of election season is clearly upon us: the much-anticipated first debate, the voter registration reminders that keep cropping up online, the political ads on TV, the front pages of newspap...
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On Your Feedback

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Recently, a 4th- and 5th-grade teacher at a local New York City elementary school communicated a wish to see a BrainPOP topic on the historic Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Rights move...
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Celebrate Presidents’ Day All Week BrainPOP Style!

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Celebrate Presidents' Day all month long with BrainPOP and BrainPOP Jr movies and games! Presidential Movies The U.S. Presidents unit on BrainPOP features presidents ranging from Washington to ...
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Mission US: City of Immigrants is now on GameUp

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We're proud to announce the addition of City of Immigrants to our growing collection of wonderful Mission US games. These games immerse students in U.S. history through interactive role-playing experi...
BrainPOP Curriculum Connections for October

BrainPOP Curriculum Connections for October

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Celebrate important dates in October with BrainPOP! In addition to the resources below, we're spotlighting Hispanic Heritage Month. In this spotlight, you'll find all of our movie topic pages and l...

Cleopatra Lesson Plan: Exploring legacies and our own digital footprints

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In this lesson, students use BrainPOP's Cleopatra unit to introduce or reinforce the consideration of context and perspective when working with historical and contemporary sources....

Constitutional Convention Lesson Plan

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In this lesson plan which is adaptable for grades 5-12, students use BrainPOP resources (including an online social studies game) to explore the Constitutional Convention....
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How One Teacher Used BrainPOP to Teach Her Students – and Herself – About Citizenship

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More than 40 years ago, Carmen Gil was an ESOL professor in her native country of Venezuela. She came to the United States and has been teaching at the same school in Jupiter, Florida, for 36 years! ...
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Using BrainPOP to teach about Reconstruction

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In BrainPOP's new movie, Reconstruction, students can follow Tim and Moby as they learn about the attempt to rebuild the South and reunite the country in the wake of the Civil War. Students will le...
Henry Hudson

New on BrainPOP: Henry Hudson Movie

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He came... he saw... he named things after himself. Join Tim and Moby as they follow the career of Henry Hudson, the English explorer who spent years searching for the Northwest Passage. Your stude...