Stop-Motion Animations – Grade 6

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When grade 6 artists started their wire sculptures early this year, the plan was to collaborate with some high school students in the animation class at ABRHS, to make a stop-motion animation. Unfortunately with the low enrollment in the animation class, that wasn’t a possibility, so I came up with the idea for the 6th graders to animate their wire sculptures themselves!  We used the iPad application iMotion HD (which is also available for the iPhone), and I gathered a number of iPads from teachers at Conant, along with my own personal iPad.  A little demo of how to use the application was all it took to get these students inspired.  Unfortunately Room 12 didn’t have enough time in the year to complete the animations.  Below you’ll find a video compilation of the animations from Room 11 and Room 13.  Enjoy! 

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