BrainPOP Jr. Movie of the Week

Make BrainPOP Jr.® part of your day in the classroom, at home, or on the go! The free BrainPOP Jr. Movie of the Week app delivers a different animated movie every week - plus related quizzes and educational activities - right to your mobile device! If you’ve already got a BrainPOP Jr. username and password, you can log in and access all BrainPOP Jr. content directly from the app at no additional cost. Ideal for kids in Kindergarten through grade 3, the BrainPOP Jr. Movie of the Week app 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. 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. Terms of Use: Privacy Policy: User Agreement:


  • Get a different animated movie – plus its related features – every week!
  • Award-winning educational content tying in to current events, historical milestones and figures, holidays, and more!
  • Perfect for informal, exploratory learning at home or on the go
  • Ideal for kids in grades K-3/ages 5-8

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26 June 2016

I love this app !Moby always dose something funny at the end of the video


24 June 2016

it helps youre kids leaurn


3 March 2016

This is fun


31 January 2016



7 July 2015

I love brainPOP


6 July 2015

I kiss him at the end my name is tiana


18 May 2015

this is the best game ever played this app helps you learn you can do everything on it you can do hard quiz and easy quiz you can practice your homework I like IT BECAUSE I can do my home work on it I also like it


11 May 2015

I have used brain pop in the class before. My prior school had a site license. Where I am presently, I use this for students who are done with their work. They love the characters and the videos are helpful. The class loves to do the quiz whole group. I have them move around the corners of the classroom (representing A B C D) when they have the wrong answer they have to sit out. They still write the answer on a white board so they are engaged. Students left standing win a point for their table groups.


11 April 2015

My daughter loves this. I love this. The topics accessible with a subscription really do seem endless. So many.


18 March 2015


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