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The Impulse Science Game: Teaching Laws of Motion

You can use GameUp's Impulse game to help students learn about Newton’s first and second laws of motion and his law of universal gravita...

New on GameUp: Reach for the Sun

Reach for the Sun was awarded Best Gameplay by Games for Change in 2013, and we are thrilled to feature it on GameUp! This single-player res...

The SnapThought Tool: Reflection, Communication and Assessment

BrainPOP's unique SnapThought tool is fundamentally changing the game play experience on GameUp for students and teachers. In this article ...

Get ready to Ratio Rumble with this Math Game

Ratio Rumble is a exciting math game that was developed by our partner, NMSU Learning Games Lab, and recently added to BrainPOP's GameUp. ...

ESL and Beyond: BrainPOP around the World!

TESOL Certified English Teacher Charles McKinney on BrainPOP in His ESL Classroom: Ever since my American friend and former colleague in B...

BrainPOP Feedback Surveys: What Do You Think?

We want your feedback! Help us make BrainPOP even better: weigh in through one (or both) of two surveys on upcoming professional development...

New on GameUp: CSI Flight Adventures Flight School

Teach your students about the basic physics behind functional aircrafts using one of our newest science games, CSI Flight Adventures Flight ...

Planet Mechanic Science Game: Now on GameUP!

The Planet Mechanic science game is a fun way to allow students to explore the planets in our solar system and their specific properties. P...

Do I Have a Right? A New Constitutional Law Game

In one of GameUp's latest additions, students will have the chance to explore amendments and constitutional law. Do I Have A Right? allows ...

Join the Learning Revolution!

As all BrainPOP Educators know, the technologies of the Internet and the Web are reshaping where, when, and from whom we learn.  However, w...