Physics for Kids Lesson Plan: Go Vector Go Game

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In this physics for kids lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades K-5, students use an online game to explore advanced physics concepts such as force magnitude, force direction, friction, mass, grav...
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 ma...
science game

Code Fred: a New Science Game Now on GameUp

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We're excited to feature another incredible free science game by our partners at the Museum of Science & Industry in Chicago! You may already be familiar with The Museum's Simple Machines gam...
Social Studies Game

American Revolution Timeline Social Studies Game

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Visit the lesson ideas page to find resources for American Revolution Timeline, a free online history and social studies game....

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 ...
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...

Oncology: A Free Health Game

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Oncology is a fantastic addition to our Health games. Created by our partners at LGN/Morgridge Institute for Research, this game allows students in grades 6-12 to take on the role of a newly hired ca...

1.3.5 Nouns and Articles Review Lesson Plan

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In the BrainPOP ESL 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 ESL 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...

1.3.3 There is / There are Lesson Plan

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In the BrainPOP ESL movie, There are Monsters! (L1U3L3), Ben and Moby see many things in the park through their telescope, including a few surprises! Using the phrases there is and there are Ben descr...