Hi everyone! I have been asked by Kenson Kids to send out some helpful resources to you. You are looking for some? Well, I have them, all with some insider teacher tips!
We are all looking for some for fun and educational things to do with the kids at home. Take a look at what I found for you. The first is Brain POP! Brain POP and Brain POP Jr. are usually paid subscriptions, but they are offering these to you now for free! These videos are used by educators and now you can have access to them. Let’s take a look.
Brain POP Jr. is geared towards ages K-3 and covers a variety of subjects from math, science, grammar, social studies, health, art, and more. Annie and her funny robot friend named Moby are here to guide you through learning based on a video format which is supplemented with online activities. Why do I love it? The video format is presented in a humorous and interactive way. Extension activities include online quizzes, games, and activities! jr.brainpop.com
Upper Elementary and Middle School
Next, for older students Brain Pop is an excellent choice. These are videos and are delivering a lot of information given in a short span of time! Using Brain Pop to introduce or reinforce a concept is ideal. Yes, all the standards like geometry, algebra, ancient cultures, and more are here for the older crowd. However, this site really delivers a punch! How about learning more about coding, computer science, 3-D printing and more? This is a great opportunity to even explore future careers! Brainpop.com
Do you have a question for a teacher? Let me know and I will get back with you with a solution!
Thank you, Kenson Kids for the opportunity to share this information with you!
Jen :Jennifer Bittner
Academic Coach & Mentor