Game Guide for Teachers

Argument Wars Game Guide for Teachers

Posted by cemignano on

Use this Argument Wars game guide for teachers to understand about the game and enhance your students' learning experience while playing it....

BrainPOP Expert Certificate

Posted by Laura Gatto on

Acknowledge those superstar students and BrainPOP users with a Moby-approved BrainPOP Expert Certificate....
Internet Safety Poster

BrainPOP Internet Safety Poster

Posted by Andrew Gardner on

Before you start your students on a web-based learning project, why not do a lesson on media literacy, internet safety, and digital citizenship? Generate ideas as a class about how to be safe and resp...
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Free Online Geometry Games from Manga High

Posted by SM Bruner on

BrainPOP's GameUp offers two online geometry games from Manga High to help students sharpen their geometry skills for free! Pyramid Panic is a geometry game set in Ancient Egypt. Players have been ...
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The Shortest Day of the Year – and the Maya Apocalypse!

Posted by Andrew Gardner on

Why are the days getting shorter? Why is it getting cold in some places and not in others? Why are there seasons? Here in the Northern Hemisphere, December 21st is the shortest day of the year and the...

Using the BrainPOP Mixer in Creative Ways

Posted by Andrew Gardner on

BrainPOP Educators continue to submit interesting quizzes using the BrainPOP Mixer tool.   One of our recent favorites is from @jodonnell from Raymond W. Kershaw Elementary School in New Jersey, who c...
Chronopticon science game

Chronopticon: An Online Science Game about Elapsed Time and Constellations

Posted by SM Bruner on

Chronopticon is a time travel science game in which players guide Tim and Moby from the 19th century back to the present day. Along the way, players will gain an increasingly complex picture of the ea...
Hiroshima and Nagasaki

New Movie: Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Posted by Andrew Gardner on

You've come to expect BrainPOP movies to explain concepts and ideas with clarity, depth and respect. These qualities are especially important when explaining complex and sensitive topics, such as Sept...
HP Teacher Experience Exchange

BrainPOP Joins the HP Teacher Experience Exchange

Posted by cemignano on

BrainPOP Educators is spreading the love and you can now find some of our quality lesson plans on the HP Teacher Experience Exchange. Much like BrainPOP Educators, the Teacher Experience Exchange is a...

Insects and Arachnids Lesson Plan: Which is Which?

Posted by allisyn on

In this lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades 3-8, students use BrainPOP resources to distinguish between insects and arachnids based on their physical features. Students will also describe and l...