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Now that they have mastered the beginning techniques we learned to animate a walking person or in some cases a carrot. We need to use the same techniques arc, timing, spacing, squash and stretch and volume into new poses; Contact … Continue reading
Students are learning to animate. We started with a bouncing ball and will progress from there. We learned about arc, timing, spacing, squash and stretch and volume. Students created a storyboard and learned that more space between the objects the faster … Continue reading
More paperless ideas. You or your students can create online crossword puzzles. Using Crossword Labs you can create a puzzle and then share the link. Crossword Labs was built by Matt Johnson, a computer science undergrad at Washington State University, Vancouver. I … Continue reading
I love to save paper and being able to create a word search for students to complete online is perfect. You or your students can create their own puzzle and then share the link with others. The Word Search Maker … Continue reading
What Makes Me…Me Taken from Doodle 4 Google webpage For this year’s contest, students can create a doodle that tells the world “What makes me…me.” Kids have all kinds of things that make them unique, so they can use all … Continue reading
Mahjong originated in China and is usually played with 4 people and 144 tiles. It is a game of skill, strategy, and calculation and involves a degree of chance. A great way to hone those skills is to play the digital version … Continue reading
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