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Long (12 plus activities)
England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland
Animation is a popular style of film and this resource will help you to take your pupils on the exciting journey to make their own animation. By watching several short animations and completing engaging activities, they'll learn to plan their story, character and setting, add sound and colour and record it all using tablets or cameras. This resource will show the varied animation techniques that can be used and teach club members how to edit and share their films.
This resource is designed to be adaptable so it can fit in with your club's circumstances: your members' interests, ability and the amount time you have available. It could also be used in the classroom as it has links to a range of curriculum areas such as computing, literacy, PSHE and Art and Design.
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