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Animated teaching resources, from A to Z

BrainPOP creates animated, curriculum based content across a broad spectrum of topics. Resources include BrainPOP Jr. (K 3),  BrainPOP Español, and the newly launched BrainPOP ESL. All are supported by BrainPOP Educators, which features free lesson plans, video tutorials, professional
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BrainPOP creates animated, curriculum-based content across a broad spectrum of topics. Resources include BrainPOP Jr. (K-3), BrainPOP Español, and the newly launched BrainPOP ESL. All are supported by BrainPOP Educators, which features free lesson plans, video tutorials, professional development tools, graphic organizers, and best practices for teachers.

Topics are many, ranging from 60s folk music to juvenile rheumatoid arthritis to fall of the Roman empire.

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