Physics Game Play Strategies

SpaceForce: Instructions for Online Physics Game Play

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Check out SpaceForce, a physics game using force, motion, and mass to recover lost riches. Use the mouse cursor to highlight any of the objects located in the blue palette window at the top of the lev...
Space Force Physics Game Assessment Ideas

SpaceForce: Physics Game Assessment Ideas

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The SpaceForce physics game provides an end-game summary sheet with students' achievements and awards. These correspond to performance on the learning objectives of the game....

February 5th is National Girls and Women in Sports Day

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In honor of National Girls and Women in Sports Day, BrainPOP is proud to be partnering this year with the premiere girls- and women-serving organizations in the United States. We've joined with the Na...
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Design Your Own Sortify Game

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Print copies of the Game Designer Planning Log below and challenge students to design their own paper version of the Sortify game! Here's how. . ....

Drafting Board Writing Games Introduction Video

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Click to watch a 4 minute overview video showing how you can use the Drafting Board writing games to help students meet Common Core writing standards. How Can Drafting Board Writing Games Help You?...

Participate! Digital Games and Family Life Survey

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The following post comes from our friends at the Joan Ganz Cooney Center   -   Are you a parent of a child age 4-13 who uses digital games? If so, you are eligible to take a digital games and f...
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The Hour of Code – Live from BrainPOP Headquarters!

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In recognition of the Hour of Code and Computer Science Education Week, BrainPOP celebrated by hosting an "Hour of Code" on Monday afternoon!  This video, produced by Laura Gatto, instructional design...

1.3.4 Count and Non-Count Nouns Lesson Plan

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In the BrainPOP ELL movie, Any Cookies? (L1U3L4) Ben and Moby are hungry and thirsty upon arriving home from school. They look for snacks, while using some and any as well as the phrases how much and ...

Four Dogs Image Prompt

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Use these image prompts to practice simple adjectives....

Cause and Effect Chain

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This graphic organizer requires students to identify a chain of cause and effect events. This cause and effect chain can be used to explore causality in several curriculum areas, including literature,...