My Y6 have been using this this week and have really enjoyed making stop go animated films. Your name or email address: Also,I think there is a free program called 'styks' I think, which is similar to pivot This is something I hope to use again in the future.
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I have used Scratch with my year group. Both programmes are quick and easy resources to use, and could encourage a lot of communication between groups or pairs of children who could be working together at this task. We already have 2Animate which no one is 2ajimate so I was thinking about using it with Year 6.
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You must log in or sign up to reply here. Your name or email address: Also,I think there is a free 2nimate called 'styks' I think, which is similar to pivot Don't have RevelatioN Art I think you will agree it is rather impressive, although over a bit quick.
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Thank you for your response. This is something I hope to use again in the future.
Connect with like-minded professionals and have your say on the issues that matter to you. Does anyone know if there are lessons plans for 2Animate out there somewhere already, before I start creating? Don't forget to look at the how to guide. Year 6 is not a year group I am in but I want to make sure planning is in place for the teachers. TerargramJul 15, This animation programme is something I would quite like to develop with children in school and believe it could provide a number of cross curricular learning opportunities, from historical events to art work.
It's free to download and gives lots of helpful resources. With online opportunities and use of the internet to allow animation and video to become global the potential of this animation resource and activity is staggering and something that would appeal to, and inspire a number of children.
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I particularly enjoyed this software and think that this resource could be well used across the curriculum and with all children. I don't particularly want to invest in any other software as budget is tight but was wondering what others use, or if anyone has any other suggestions. They have gotten alot out of it. Pivot Stick Animator is a great and free starting point when introducing animation - my Year 6 love it and have created some very highly skilled work.