A lot or a little? The parents' guide to what's in this website. The site includes educational games, tutorials, and videos that will help kids better understand concepts being taught in the classroom from telling time to woodwind instruments. For a small fee, kids can explore this stimulating site that will keep them tuned-in and interested in learning.
Add your rating What's it about? The three- to five-minute videos feature BrainPOP's Annie character and her robot friend Moby as the likable hosts who pose questions and then patiently answer them in kid-friendly ways. By watching the videos, kids can expect to learn about classifying animals, the life of Georgia O'Keefe, reading a calendar, or what to do about bullying.
Each video has two short multiple-choice quizzes one "easy," one "hard" and a related joke and cartoon strip. A scoreboard keeps track of kids' quiz scores. Subscribers can explore related videos as well as search for any video in the library.
Non-subscribers are limited to the once-a-week release plus a few other select videos. Continue reading Show less Is it any good? One week, kids can watch a video on the branches of government; the next week, learn about the musical alphabet; and the next, explore ways to manage anger.
Retention quizzes test mostly superficial learning, and the videos and supporting material can be formulaic. Talk to your kids about Watch with your kids and help them choose videos and explore topics.
Discuss what the video was about, asking open-ended questions addressing what they think about it, how it makes them feel, what they learned, and what else they know about the topic.
When kids find something that particularly interests them, help them explore the topic further through books, Internet searches, more videos, trips to museums, and more.BrainPOP Games.
BrainPOP’s GameUp is a collection of top quality learning games spanning all curriculum areas and grade levels. Some games, including Sortify, Time Zone X, and Meaning of Beep are developed in-house at BrainPOP.
The rest are built by a wide range of organizations including universities, museums, and nonprofits.
schools and also offers subscriptions. In this STEM lesson plan students will analyse a slideshow of the 10 best careers of the future, use BrainPOP and other internet resources to research one of these careers, or design their own career based upon the most pressing 21st century needs.
Make BrainPOP Jr.® part of your day in the classroom, at home, or on the go! The free BrainPOP Jr.
Movie of the Week app delivers a different animated movie every week - plus related quizzes and educational activities - right to your mobile device! Moby got a very mean e-mail!
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