The BrainPOP Jr.® Movie of the Week app delivers a different animated movie every week - plus related quizzes and educational activities - free! Ideal for kids in Kindergarten through grade 3, BrainPOP Jr. spans topics across Science, Social Studies, Reading, Writing, Math, Health, Arts, and Technology. The gentle, humorous, and relatable characters Annie and Moby serve as guides through each topic, empowering kids to form their own ideas. BrainPOP Jr. is designed to cultivate critical thinking skills and encourage children to ask questions and make connections. The app is easily navigable by kids ages 5-9.
For even more access to BrainPOP Jr.’s award-winning content, log in with your school's username (free!) or choose an optional in-app subscription and enable kids to explore hundreds of topics beyond the Movie of the Week.
In-App Subscription Options*:
“BrainPOP Jr. Full Access Subscription” – Unlimited access to all of BrainPOP Jr.’s movies and bonus features. (BrainPOP Jr. site subscribers can log in to the app at no additional cost.)
*Subscription will automatically renew each month, within 24 hours of its expiration. Your credit card will be charged through your iTunes account. To stop auto-renewal, turn off the feature in your iTunes account settings at least 24 hours prior to your subscription’s expiration. Current, active subscriptions cannot be cancelled.
Since its 2006 launch, BrainPOP Jr. has been a safe and trusted online environment where early learners can further explore what they're studying at school, or delve into any other age-appropriate subject they're curious about.
Also check out the award-winning BrainPOP Featured Movie app - which offers animated movies and quizzes for older students; and the BrainPOP ESL app - for English language learners.
BrainPOP creates cross-curricular digital content that engages students and supports teachers. Our trusted and award-winning resources are used in more than 40 percent of U.S. elementary and middle schools by millions of monthly visitors. Since our earliest days almost two decades ago, we’ve maintained a commitment to helping kids make sense of the world around them. The BrainPOP Jr. Movie of the Week app is a small part of that mission. Visit us at jr.brainpop.com to learn more.
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Good for kids
Brain pop is a fun easy way for kids to learn it is great for homeschool parents and for teachers that teach at school this app has really helped my children learn I am a homeschool mom of three children. Their names are Rachel Emily and Benjamin all them love to learn in scienceWe are learning about The building blocks of science right now we just passed biology and now we’re on physics and this is the excitement of their day it makes science fun when we’re not doing experiments and it keeps them not bored I support your app a lot and I think it’s a good way for kids to learn. Before we started home school we were at a public school called Mesquite and in my little boys class they watched brain pop Junior can learn one of his favorite memories from his class was getting to do the Abraham Lincoln video andAnd doing the easy quiz they looked at all the nicknames what was Abraham’s nickname one of the questions and of course Abraham Lincoln’s nickname was a be honest but there was one of the answers either babe in and out of his whole class laughed and he always brings it up when we do brain pop Junior he always says can we do that one can we do that one after science sometimes I let him and when we have computer time he always goes on brain pop Junior and watch is a bunch of your videos just as I said this app is a great way to let kids learn and have fun at the same time
Yours truly Jenna Biederbeck💗💘💝💖💞💞💞
Impressed into subscribing
I wasn’t planning to continue to subscription because kids loose interest fast... but I’m so surprised. My kids, 4 & 7, actually watch video after video and tend to really listen. They sometimes complain, but as we homeschool now I ask them to watch one and they always open more. The robot Moby makes them laugh. But in the end, I was SO impressed with the Thanksgiving video. This video, and others, often explain exactly what I’m trying to explain or teach them, but the video does a better job :) Annie speaks slowly, clearly, with manageable kid vocabulary, complex ideas are simplified and memorable, and the visual keeps them engaged. The various sections have a lot of material, more than we could get to during our first month, so I’m in. I LOVE this app. And I never leave reviews, but I’ve tried dozens of learning apps in the past few months and this is one of two taking the cake.
I have a problem
On Brain Pop my kids’ screen is going black whenever they want to watch a video, this same problem happened to us last year apparently my kids’ say it can’t be fixed other than that we love Brain pop and how it educates kids’ even when they don’t know it! My kids’ don’t ever know their learning they just know it’s fun and they do not know it’s getting them ready for kindergarten next year!!!!
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- 18.2 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
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- In-App Purchases
- BrainPOP Jr. Full Access $5.99
- BrainPOP Jr. Explorer Subscription $3.99
- Full Access Yearly $49.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.