Drink More Tea

 

Sitting in the tea house, looking for free, easy online spots to help you create your stop photo animations in my absence.

I have found a few–lets see if any of these are available at school 🙂

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Much love to you all!

#mspdgtt

Children’s Stories from Other Cultures

Learning Targets:
I can better understand other cultures by reading their children’s literature.

Possible Projects:  Animation, Illustration
I can apply animation techniques to create a cartoon or photo animation based on a story from another culture.
I can make connections between literature and visual imagery.

You can find Children’s Stories from other cultures at the following Links:

*Published by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Japan: Japanese Children’s Stories
http://web-japan.org/kidsweb/folk/index.html

*http://www.worldoftales.com/Most of the tales on the World of Tales website came from Project Gutenberg, but are a little more easily navigated on World of Tales–less clicks to start reading 🙂

Here is a sample story board to help you plan:

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Here is an example of a character design template to help plan:

character design template

 

click to see the magic…

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click to see the magic…

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