Activate My BrainPOP

Have a school-wide or homeschool subscription to BrainPOP, BrainPOP Jr. or BrainPOP ELL? Activate My BrainPOP so your students can submit quizzes, concept maps, and other work to you with their own accounts. Just follow the directions below. Learn how My BrainPOP works

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Students using My BrainPOP can see a history of the movies they've watched, quizzes they've taken, and activities they've completed. They can also view assignments and review feedback on their work from teachers.
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Our Creative Coding feature (developed in partnership with Vidcode) takes a project-based approach to the teaching of coding. Students can show what they know about any topic across the curriculum by coding their own meme, stop motion animation, Doodle Augmented Reality, or Newscast. Even with little or no prior coding experience, teachers and students can jump right into these scaffolded projects. Creative Coding projects are free to use through the end of the school year!


BrainPOP has partnered with Newsela to provide texts from trusted media sources like the Washington Post and Scientific American. These articles are available across all subject areas on BrainPOP, from Cells to the Writing Process. All texts are accessible in multiple reading levels and many have also been translated into Spanish, giving students of all levels access to the same content.


Make-a-Movie empowers teachers and students to make their own BrainPOP-style movies! Build scenes using images from our library or your own drawings. Add narration then submit and share. This tool cultivates planning, organizing, writing, collaborating, and analyzing skills.


This tool allows students to create concept maps and connect and develop ideas as they explore our resources. Students can include a written explanation of their thought process and submit maps to a teacher for feedback.
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With SnapThought, which is available on select GameUp titles, students can capture and reflect on key moments in game play. They can describe their thinking, make predictions, and draw conclusions. These reflections can be submitted to a teacher for feedback.
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For each topic, BrainPOP Jr. provides leveled quizzes and additional features that meet the needs of different learning styles. Talk About It is a graphic organizer, Write About It is a writing prompt, and Draw About It is a drawing prompt. Word Play is an interactive vocabulary feature that enables students to explore key words from the topic. These features can be assigned and submitted through My BrainPOP.
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Accompanying each BrainPOP ELL lesson, these activities help ELLs with reading comprehension and writing skills. Earlier levels focus on letter and sound recognition, while later levels move on to simple paragraphs and essays. Work done within Read It! and Write It! can be submitted for feedback through My BrainPOP and will appear on students’ timelines.


BrainPOP ELL’s placement test identifies where in the linear program each student should start. It assesses receptive language skills using a range of listening and reading tasks, plus accompanying questions. Students can complete the test over the course of multiple sessions; their progress and performance can be tracked with My BrainPOP.