Vital Signs Enrichment Project: Create a Public Service Announcement

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This multi-session project, developed by our partner Classroom, Inc., invites students to work collaboratively to assess community needs, research and evaluate local and global efforts to affect posit...
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Breakout EDU & BrainPOP: Behind-the-Scenes

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Play Designer Michael ‘MKG’ Gi talks about the process of developing Robot Function Funk, a new puzzle for use with My BrainPOP and Breakout EDU. Our just-launched Breakout EDU game Robot Function...
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Lights, Camera, Action… Introducing Make-a-Movie!

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We are absolutely thrilled to announce the launch of Make-a-Movie, the newest addition to our suite of creation tools. Make-a-Movie empowers teachers and students to make their own BrainPOP-style movi...

A Student-Made Project: Tim and Moby on Gender Stereotypes

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Check out this student made stop motion animation in which Tim and Moby discuss Gender Stereotypes, noting current and historical perspectives on gender. This project was painstakingly produced over t...
Student-made project: Creativity!

A Student-Made Project: Tim and Moby on Creativity

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Check out this student-made project, an animated film in which Tim and Moby discuss creativity; what it means, how schools influence it, and how taking risks expands our ideas! This project was painst...

Puppet Pals and BrainPOP Jr – the Perfect Combo for Student Made Movies

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BrainPOP Educators Jan Bird and Eliza Chung's first grade class made a video about how to take care of chicks - using the structure of a BrainPop Jr. video. They used an iOS app called Puppet Pals.  M...
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Stephanie Markman Shares a Unique BrainPOP Inspired Project!

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Guest blogger Stephanie Markman is a fourth and fifth grade teacher at Alliance Charter Elementary school in Neenah, WI.  Her students created a series of stop motion animations inspired by BrainPOP. ...
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Highlights from #BPOPchat May 5th – Engaging Students Through the End of the Year

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Check out highlights from May’s #BPOPchat on Twitter in which educators came together to discuss best strategies for ending the school year strong! BPOPchatters shared resources and insight abo...
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Students Discover New Features on BrainPOP!

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Last summer, 4th grade teacher, Nili Bartley, from Hopkinton MA learned about all the new interactive features on BrainPOP during a training at the ISTE conference in Atlanta, GA. Last week, Mrs. Bart...

Make Your Own BrainPOP Animation

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Interested in making your own BrainPOP animation? Emily Smith leads "The Hive Society" a 5th grade Language Arts teacher at Cunningham Elementary in Austin TX. This year alone her student "scholars" h...