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BrainPOP en Español

New York, NY (March 6, 2006) - BrainPOP (www.brainpop.com), the leading producer of animated educational content for grades K-8, announced today the launch of a new Spanish language site, BrainPOP en Español. This new site uses BrainPOP's popular format to present award winning content in Science, Math, Social Studies, Language Arts, Health and Technology, in Spanish.

"BrainPOP en Español will be an essential tool for teachers in the United States striving to meet the needs of a dual language classroom. Spanish-language students will now be able to keep up with class material, even while still learning the English language," said Avraham Kadar, M.D., Chairman and CEO of BrainPOP.

By offering both English and Spanish versions of the content, BrainPOP hopes to be an integral learning tool for Spanish-speaking students not only in the United States, but also in South America and Spain. BrainPOP en Español is the company's first foray into the International market. Plans are underway to localize BrainPOP content around the world.

BrainPOP en Español can be viewed by visiting www.brainpopes.com

About BrainPOP

Founded in 1999 by Avraham Kadar M.D., BrainPOP is the leading producer of animated educational movies for K-8. Each day 4 million students watch BrainPOP movies and exchange messages with a dynamic cast of five characters who lead users through related activities on the web site: interactive quizzes and games, comic strips and experiments. Twenty five percent of US school districts subscribe to BrainPOP and integrate it into their daily curriculum. BrainPOP has developed partnerships with Time Warner, Popular Science, McGraw-Hill, National Geographic, AOL @ SCHOOL, Yahoo! and Road Runner. BrainPOP has won multiple education and media awards including; The Flash Film Festival, District Administration Curriculum Award, Forbes Best of the Web. BrainPOP's first print title, The Science Almanac For Kids, was published in Summer 2004.

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