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    Cinematics Magic Touch Challenge -

    Cinematics Magic Touch Challenge

    Learning by Doing Is Sometimes the Best Way to Get Familiar with an App. Students Were Allowed to Use Anything They Could Find in the Art Lab to Create Their Stop Motion Video. Students Were Allotted 20 Minutes from Start to Export.  Magic Touch was created by 3 creative bulldogs, Sky, Shelby, and Olivia.

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    Cinematics Float Challenge -

    Cinematics Float Challenge

     Learning by Doing Is Sometimes the Best Way to Get Familiar with an App. Students Were Allowed to Use Anything They Could Find in the Art Lab to Create Their Stop Motion Video. Students Were Allotted 20 Minutes from Start to Export. Float was created by Jaisin the Amazing.

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    Cinematics Dancing Challenge -

    Cinematics Dancing Challenge

     Learning by Doing Is Sometimes the Best Way to Get Familiar with an App. Students Were Allowed to Use Anything They Could Find in the Art Lab to Create Their Stop Motion Video. Students Were Allotted 20 Minutes from Start to Export.  Dancing was created by 2 clever cats, Brielle and Skyler.

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  • Animating Our Color Monsters

    Posted by Korren Pugh on 5/14/2021

    Students work collaboratively using our iPads and Stop Motion to bring life to their color monsters.  Students explored the relationship between color and emotion in an SEL focused lesson. Students then created their own color monster and practiced making them interact and come to life with Stop Motion.

     

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  • Enhancing Art with a Digital Layer

    Posted by Korren Pugh on 5/10/2021

    Students create their 2D art in class, then use the wordfoto app to add a digital layer.  This layer can be made to share interactively using an additional app called eyejack.  Students also discovered that this app can be used over any photograph.

    Spread the word

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Last Modified on September 17, 2022