In Rotoball, the ball comes in from the left & goes out to the right, being transformed in the middle—all of this takes place in 15 seconds. Our entry is below, and after we took nearly 200 stop-motion pictures the … Continue reading
4th grade is starting our big cartooning unit, a Language Arts integration (storyline plotting/narrative planning) and math (using proportions). A great resource we are currently using for practice is www.FollowMeCartooning.com
This gallery contains 2 photos.
As promised, here’s a brief Animoto of 5th grade Avatars. Students chose to use either colored pencil, tempera, or Photoshop on the computers to represent themselves. Additionally, we did an investigation into “digital footprints” (see Tildecast #9 from district homepage). … Continue reading
As part of our avatar unit (5th grade), students learned about QR codes (“quick response”). If you want to try making your own, here’s the site we used: