Four Mammals Picture Prompt

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Use this picture of four mammals as a prompt to discuss their similarities and differences....

Can-Can’t Graphic Organizer

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Students can use this Can-Can't graphic organizer to take notes on and discuss abilities of different subjects, using the modal can/can't....

New on GameUp: Go Vector Go Science Game

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We know there are a lot of incredible games coming out of university design programs. We are so excited to welcome UCLA CREEST onboard as a new GameUp partner with the science game Go Vector Go! In...
Go Vector Go Physics Game

Go Vector Go Physics Game Game Controls and Goals

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The slideshow below provides a brief overview of the controls which are used to play the online physics game, as well as the objectives for winning Go Vector Go. [gallery ids="46673,46672,46671,466...
Go Vector Go Science Game Trailer

Go Vector Go Science Game Trailer

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This Go Vector Go science game trailer from game developer UCLA/CRESST gives you an overview of the fun physics game game in action!...
Sortify and Assessment

The Sortify Game: A New Experiment in Playful Assessment

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Sortify is a brand new offering from BrainPOP's GameUp that's designed to be used as a playful assessment. It’s an open-ended tool that is flexible enough to work for all grade levels (K-12) and many ...

April Spotlight on Earth Awareness

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Though we support thinking about the earth everyday, April is officially Earth Awareness Month! Show your love for the planet with our Earth Awareness Spotlight, covering a range of topics including A...
Martin Esterman Math Game Webinar

Multiply the Impact: Martin Esterman’s Newest Math Game

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Originally Recorded March 2014 We recently welcomed Martin Esterman, 2012 National STEM Video Game Challenge winner, for a discussion and to take a look at his newest math game, Multiplication Bloc...

1.3.5 Nouns and Articles Review Lesson Plan

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In the BrainPOP ELL movie, Let's Go Outside (L1U3L5), Ben and Moby are bored and look for something exciting to do outside. In this lesson plan, adaptable for grades K-8, students find details in the ...

1.3.2 Adjectives Lesson Plan

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In the BrainPOP ELL movie, Friends are Fair! (L1U3L2), Ben and Moby watch an exciting basketball game on TV, inspiring them to go outside and play, too. In this lesson, students are introduced to regu...