New On BrainPOP – Note-Taking Skills

August 20, 2014

Just in time for back to school, we introduce our newest movie topic page - Note-Taking Skills. Start the year with this one and prompt students to use best practices for watching BrainPOP movies  al...

Mixer Step Guide

August 5, 2014

This step guide will support you as you create a customized quiz using the Mixer....

BrainPOP Sound Effects

July 24, 2014

From Moby's famous "Beep Beep" to the tell tale "POP" that you hear every time you load our homepage or app, these BrainPOP sound effects can be used when you produce your own BrainPOP inspired conten...

Scientific Method Graphic Organizer

July 1, 2014

Use this graphic organizer to take notes about the different steps in the scientific method....

Venn Diagram

March 7, 2014

Compare and contrast attributes or characteristics of two people, places, or things using this Venn diagram....

Employee Cafeteria Graphic Organizer

December 13, 2013

Download this graphic organizer from our partner, Thinkport, to help students record their thinking and strategies while playing the Lure of the Labyrinth: Employee Cafeteria game. You can also view o...

A Digital Age: K-12 Market Map and Investment Analysis

November 1, 2013

This article, by John Richards, Leslie Stebbins and Kurt Moellering, 2013, explores the current reality of the games market. It draws a K-12 market map of learning initiatives based on games and analy...

Cause and Effect Chain

October 30, 2013

This graphic organizer requires students to identify a chain of cause and effect events. This cause and effect chain can be used to explore causality in several curriculum areas, including literature,...

Pause Points Graphic Organizer

October 30, 2013

One of the most popular strategies for using BrainPOP in the classroom is through adding pause points, briefly pausing the movie to clarify  student understanding. Turn this classic strategy into an...

Venn Diagram

September 25, 2013

Comparing and contrasting has never been outlined more humorously than by using the Tim and Moby Venn Diagram. Use this graphic organizer to find and record similarities and differences between two th...