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Terrific Resources to Help You Fund Your BrainPOP Subscription

Did you know that BrainPOP has a funding page specifically designed to make it easier for you to find grants and other resources to cover th...

New on GameUp: MedMyst Animal Alert Science Game

MedMyst Animal Alert is a brand new science game from our partner, Rice University.  Designed for students in grades 5-12, MedMyst Animal A...

BrainPOP ESL on Android: There’s an App for That!

There’s an app for that! English language learners and teachers can now take Ben and Moby on the go with the newly launched app offering B...

Avoiding the “Summer Slump” with Math Games

Today's guest blogger, Derek Lomas, shares research about the dreaded summer slump and ways to support students from losing progress over th...

New on GameUp: American Revolution Timeline

If you teach American history, you'll love the latest game on BrainPOP's GameUp! In conjunction with our partner, Museum of the American Rev...

Where are Your “My BrainPOP” Classes and Quizzes?

In order to simplify BrainPOP, we have removed "My BrainPOP" class and quiz information from BrainPOP Educators.  Now, when you login to yo...

3 ways to Use the BrainPOP Curriculum Calendar

Bookmark our events page so you can easily see how BrainPOP can be used to support your teaching each month! Here are three useful ideas for...

6 new Drafting Board games are now on GameUp!

That's right--we've got six new games from the Drafting Board series, created by our incredible partner iCivics. Drafting Board games are de...

What Makes a Great Educational Game? Peek Into Our Game Evaluation Process and GLS 2014

There are a ton of really great games out there - but a lot of them never make it into the classroom. Why is this? The reasons include poor ...

Teach Coding with Robot Turtles!

BrainPOP is known for digital animations and games, but we invited guest blogger Charlotte Fixler to share about a fantastic non-digital boa...