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  • BrainPOP review – Great for busy teachers!
    We work closely with our teachers, to help them get the best out of our resources. We often canvass our customers to hear about the impact BrainPOP has on the ground in class. Which is why when teachers like David Mordue, a Year 4 Teacher & KS2 Leader, sent us this testimonial we were over the […]
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  • Guest post: Practical ideas for your school to work with parents to improve online safety
    This is the final part of 3 online safety guest posts from Matt Lovegrove, an independent esafety trainer, speaker, and practicing teacher Part 1 – Is online safety a problem for the techies, the teachers, or the parents?  Part 2 – Six tried and tested resources to make teaching online safety fun and engaging — If you […]
  • BrainPOP and the gang at BETT 2017
    Moby and the BrainPOP team are off to BETT 2017, the largest educational technology show in the world, next week. You’ll find us (and Moby) on stand C259, to the right of the BETT Arena on the central aisle between Google and Microsoft. This is our biggest BETT yet. We’ve got so much to show it’s hard to know […]
  • Bah humbug! 7 educational videos exploring winter
    Brr. Tis the season to be jolly, but also the season to wrap up warm! Here’s a selection of winter related topics on BrainPOP UK we thought might keep you occupied in these last few school days before Santa arrives… Winter holidays Avalanches Hibernation Snowflakes Seasons Flu and Flu vaccine Solstice and Equinox And when the last […]
  • Guest post: Six tried and tested resources to make teaching online safety fun and engaging
    This is part 2 of 3 guest posts from Matt Lovegrove, an independent online safety trainer, speaker, and practicing teacher (part 1 – Is online safety a problem for the techies, the teachers, or the parents?) —– I was never taught about online safety at school. I remember when my family got (dial up!) Internet in 1999 […]
  • Guest post: Is online safety a problem for the techies, the teachers, or the parents?
    This is the first of three guest posts from Matt Lovegrove, an independent online safety trainer, speaker, and practicing teacher. Matt has used BrainPOP in his teaching for many years and we invited him to share his thoughts, experience, and insights on this important topic with you all.   Online safety is big at the moment. Schools are […]
  • Spooky Explore a Topic Halloween Edition: Frankenstein
    We’re big fans of Halloween at BrainPOP UK and indulging in Mary Shelley’s most famous novel “Frankenstein” is the perfect way to get in the spirit. Although Frankenstein was originally published in 1818 it’s still a huge part of popular culture with huge array of derivative works, adaptations and merchandise. Frankenstein’s monster has become one […]
  • Eight Ways BrainPOP can help you prepare for NaNoWriMo 2016
    The nights are drawing in ever earlier and cutting wintry winds send us scurrying inside to steaming mugs of hot tea, big woollen jumpers, and a cascade of blankets so it’s the perfect time to inside of getting caught up in a good book and to try writing one of your own! NaNoWriMo is national […]
  • Celebrate women in STEM with Ada Lovelace Day 2016
    This Tuesday 11th October is Ada Lovelace Day and there are lots of things you can do to get in the spirit of the day. We’re big fans of Lady Lovelace and other amazing women in STEM and particularly Ada Lovelace Day which is an international celebration day of women in science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM). […]
  • Embed BrainPOP UK’s free videos
    We’ve uploaded 21 BrainPOP movies from our 7 subjects to our popular Youtube channel. This means you are free to embed any of them into your school website, VLE, or blog. Here’s our ‘Space Flight’ video as an example: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7yvYODHGjI There are many different ways to embed Youtube videos into webpages, but try the ‘Share’ section just underneath each video […]
  • Explore a Topic: Wangari Maathai
    Join BrainPOP in celebrating the accomplishments of this truly remarkable woman and Nobel laureate.  Wangari Maathai made a huge impact on her home country in a myriad of ways. In this topic Tim and Moby explore how Maathai used her knowledge as a trained botanist and her passion for women’s rights and environmental conservation to effect […]
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  • Moby and the Giant Peach – Happy 100th birthday, Roald Dahl!
    “A little nonsense now and then, is cherished by the wisest men.” ― Roald Dahl, Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator This year is Roald Dahl’s 100th birthday, and we made a short phizz-whizzing “Moby & the Giant Peach” stop motion animation tribute. We hope you like it! And if any of you make a video tribute to any of […]

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