Keep this list of BrainPOP movies handy, and check the BrainPOP Educators online Curriculum Calendar for additional tie-ins.
♦ December 7: It’s a day that will live in infamy. Pearl Harbor was attacked 70 years ago today, leading the U.S. into World War II.
♦ December 8: On the anniversary of John Lennon's death, remember him with our Beatles movie.
♦ December 10: Ada Lovelace, the woman often credited as the world's first computer programmer, was born today in 1815. Plus, show our movie on the Nobel Prize and discuss the prestigious awards on the day they're given out.
♦ December 14: Now this is cool - really cool. Roald Amundsen and his team of explorers reached the South Pole on December 14th, 1911.
♦ December 16: How do you take your tea? Discuss the impact of the Boston Tea Party - which took place on this date in 1773 - with our American Revolution movie. It's also Beethoven's birthday - the famed composer was born in 1770.
♦ December 17: They had the Wright stuff! Orville and Wilbur Wright's first successful flight took place in Kitty Hawk, NC on this date in 1902.
♦ December 18: Our Immigration movie can help foster a discussion about International Migrants Day.
♦ December 27: Got (safe) milk? French chemist and microbiologist Louis Pasteur was born today in 1822. Watch our Pasteurization movie and talk about his contributions.
♦ December 29: On the anniversary of the Wounded Knee Massacre (1890), help kids understand this dark day in U.S. history.