BrainPOP attends the Science Online Teen Unconference in New York City

April 18, 2013

Categories: Conferences Science STEM
On Saturday, our own Maia Weinstock represented BrainPOP at the inaugural Science Online Teen unconference in New York City. An offshoot of the popular Science Online held each year in North Carolina,...

March Spotlights |

March 6, 2013

March’s spotlights include  Women’s History and  The Law, so be sure to check out our featured movies and resources throughout the month! Ladies first... for this month’s first spotlight,...

Who was Ada Lovelace?

October 7, 2011

October 7th is Ada Lovelace Day, a worldwide event named for 19th-century mathematician Ada Lovelace. Using the power of blogging, the day celebrates women who've followed career paths into the STEM...

Ada Lovelace

March 24, 2009

Categories: Math Spotlights
As part of Women's History Month, a new holiday called Ada Lovelace Day is being celebrated on March 24th. Lovelace, a contemporary of the inventor Charles Babbage, is often credited as being the wo...

Susan B. Anthony Activities for Kids

May 22, 2008

Categories: Activities
In this set of Susan B. Anthony activities for kids from grades K-3, parents and educators will find ideas for teaching about Susan B. Anthony, women's rights, and suffrage. These activities are desi...