Fly to Mars Science Game

June 20, 2012
Visit the Lesson Ideas page to find resources for Fly to Mars, a free online science game....

Getting Creative: Scientific Illustrations & Other Projects

January 23, 2013
All the way from Shanghai, we welcome Laura Brown, a high school science teacher, for this webinar on scientific illustrations and other cre...

To the Arctic Lesson Plan: Create a Poster

June 22, 2012
In this lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades 6-8, students use BrainPOP resources to explore multimedia and advertisements. Students u...

April Spotlight: Earth Awareness

April 9, 2012
April is a month of showers, flowers and season changing powers: with all this transition comes student questions! Help them find the answer...

5 Ways to Use the BrainPOP Spotlights this April

April 1, 2015
This month, BrainPOP spotlights Earth Awareness and Money Matters. Here are 5 ways to tie these spotlights into your curriculum in April: ...

Chronopticon Essential Questions

May 29, 2013
How do the components of our Solar System move and interact with one another? How do the motions of Earth and our moon affect our lives...

BrainPOP + Graphic Organizer = Enthusiastic Students!

October 14, 2010
BrainPOP Educator, Julianne Ross, shares her recent experience integrating BrainPOP into a cross-curricular Social Studies lesson with h...