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    Helping older kids understand 9/11. (; BrainPop)

  • Emma Alcazar

    Helping kids understand 9/11. Thanks for this, BrainPop.

  • Lauren Head

    How to talk to your kids about 9/11? We turn to BrainPop and BrainPop Jr. year after year for their help with this short video. Wishing you peace today.

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