Originally Recorded January 2017 New year, big news! In addition to a major, mobile-friendly BrainPOP Jr. redesign, we’re prepping to ...
See how a student used Make-a-Movie to show what he knows about computer programming.  Please note that movies can be viewed within the t...
In this example movie, see how a teacher used Make-a-Movie to extend a topic she's teaching in class....
Discover how to play Riddle Books, a math game that encourages students to solve whimsical word problems by building pictures with blocks...
This screencast provides an overview of the topics and features on BrainPOP Jr....
This quick tour provides a brief overview of the updates and improvements to BrainPOP Jr.  The site is now more interactive, intuitive and ...
This tutorial video demonstrates how to make your own BrainPOP-style movie using Make-a-Movie, from selecting images and animations for your...
Check out this student made stop motion animation in which Tim and Moby discuss Gender Stereotypes, noting current and historical perspectiv...
Get a sneak peek at BrainPOP's Make-a-Movie tool!  This 1 minute "kernel" provides tips on mechanics and implementation, by Lead Learner, R...
The new, redesigned BrainPOP Jr. is coming later this month!...
Check out this student-made project, an animated film in which Tim and Moby discuss creativity; what it means, how schools influence it, and...
Finding primary sources on BrainPOP is as simple as searching and clicking the activity tab.  This video explains how to find primary sourc...