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BrainPOP Jr. | Needs and Wants | Lesson Ideas

is a website that simplifies complex ideas or concepts for students in short video clips using characters. The website includes videos on economics and needs and wants. It also provides lesson ideas for teachers.

Pop Jr.: Let's Dance [CD]

Pop Jr.: Let's Dance [CD]

Brain pop Jr. has a lesson on Nouns that the kids really enjoy. It is a free clip too! No need for a subscription.

This animated reading and writing movie for kindergarten, and grade students explores singular nouns, plural nouns, and proper nouns.

BrainPOP Jr. | Soil | Lesson Ideas I love brain pop!  Short videos, easy to understand, projectable on smartboard with quizzes after.  Great hook for new unit/topic!

This BrainPop video could be used as a hook to engage students in a lesson about soil in terms of it being a natural resource and in terms of how important soil is for people in order to grow food.

Quriky Pivot Pop POP Jr. Power Strip

Quirky Pivot Pop POP Jr. Power Strip with 4 Outlets and 2 Feet of Cord

The newly redesigned Pivot Power Junior Pop is a space-saving version of our colorful, flexible power strip. This Junior version features 4 outlets (instead of

Quriky Pivot Pop POP Jr. Power Strip

Quirky Pivot Pop POP Jr. Power Strip with 4 Outlets and 2 Feet of Cord

The newly redesigned Pivot Power Junior Pop is a space-saving version of our colorful, flexible power strip. This Junior version features 4 outlets (instead of

Quriky Pivot Pop POP Jr. Power Strip

Quirky Pivot Pop POP Jr. Power Strip with 4 Outlets and 2 Feet of Cord

The newly redesigned Pivot Power Junior Pop is a space-saving version of our colorful, flexible power strip. This Junior version features 4 outlets (instead of

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From 0.50:Pop Jr [2012 Edition]

Pop Jr [2012 Edition]

From 0.50:Pop Jr [2012 Edition]

Hi, friends!  A few weeks ago, I taught my students about proper nouns.  I referenced my "Capital Letter" anchor chart  that I made in the ...

A few weeks ago, I taught my students about proper nouns. I referenced my "Capital Letter" anchor chart that I made in the .