Avraham Kadar, M.D., a pediatric immunologist, sees a need for digital resources that help kids understand difficult subjects and develops the website BrainPOP.
Offerings expand beyond health topics and now include Math, English, and Social Studies as well.
The pigtailed “Annie” and her trademark glasses join the family with the launch of BrainPOP Jr., for K-3 students.
Moby makes his first appearance on the trade show circuit - fans line up to pose for photos and get a big orange hug.
To coincide with the launch of the first iPad, we launch our very first mobile learning app.
BrainPOP debuts GameUp, a collection of top learning games from leading game publishers, plus games created in-house like Chronopticon, Guts & Bolt, and later Sortify, Time Zone X, and Meaning of Beep.
BrainPOP now includes an innovative concept mapping tool to help kids make connections and construct knowledge, as well as Primary Source activities to build cross-disciplinary literacy skills.
Students have a slew of new ways to apply what they’ve just learned, thanks to the cognitive-skill building Challenge. The much-requested Assignments functionality lets teachers assign movies and features within BrainPOP.
Lights, camera, action! The newest addition to our suite of creation tools empowers teachers and students to make their own BrainPOP-style movie.
BrainPOP ESL - our English language learning program - is relaunched as BrainPOP ELL with a mobile-ready design and even more tools for student practice and proficiency.