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Tag Archives: Social Studies
Find out how Animation-ish™ is being used across the curriculum! Continue reading →
Peter H. Reynolds’ 7th grade teacher inspired him to animate math concepts. Show your students how to animate what they are learning as well! Continue reading →
Meet author and educator David J. Smith at The Blue Bunny May 17th! Continue reading →
Here is another example of how Animation-ish is being used in the classroom! Linda Oaks shared this film, “American Symbols,” with us to show how her third grade students worked together to create this fun visual report. Watch the video … Continue reading →
A history teacher at North Tama High School in Traer, IA, had students create animated Political Cartoons as a class project. Continue reading →