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Chronopticon Additional Features for My BrainPOP

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Have your students signed up for individual logins through My BrainPOP? If so, they’ll be able to take snapshots during Chronopticon game play! MyBrainPOP is available to BrainPOP Educators with 24...
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Branches of Government Game Essential Questions

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What is power? How does our country’s court system affect the lives of citizens? How are our government’s and court’s practices related to (and influenced by) time, location, an...

CSI Flight Adventures: Flight School Essential Questions

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How can air make an object lift off the ground? How does the shape of an object help to slow it down as it falls through air? How does an aircraft overcome its weight and the push of air to...
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Fly to Mars Essential Questions

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How can models help us to predict the nature of objects and systems that we cannot see? How does studying cycles help us to understand natural processes? How do the components of our Solar Syst...

Square Off Game Play Strategies

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Students like to discover game play strategies and, with Square Off, can use them to improve their math knowledge. The greater the area surrounded, the more points you earn. Students quickly realize t...

Primary Krypto Essential Questions

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How are the four basic operations related to one another? How do I take apart and recombine numbers in a variety of ways for finding sums and differences? What strategies do I use to co...
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Branches of Power Social Studies Game: Tips and Tricks

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Allotting Students Time for Branches of Power: Branches of Power social studies game takes approximately 30-40 minutes to play. NOTE: Once the game officially after 30 minutes, learners will have the...

Number Jumble Math Game: Game Play Strategies

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This is a great math game for teaching students to find patterns with numbers. Decide whether you want students to work with whole numbers or in decimals, then refresh students’ memories of the mult...
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Track Game Progress with Graphs

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If you’re using educational games over a period of time, ask your students to track game progress with graphs. Whenever a game is played, direct students to record their scores and a variable that s...

Lesson Ideas for Using BrainPOP to Teach About Holidays

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BrainPOP and BrainPOP Jr. offer lots of seasonal movie topic pages. Here are some ideas for using Brainpop to teach about holidays:...