We wanted to share some of the learning and fun activities that we get to do in our classroom at Glen Innes School, but with a twist. We hope you enjoy our movie, hopefully you don’t get too scared….
Today we were excited to see that Waenga Team had shared lots of films they had created for their Film Festival.
First we watched Room 25’s Styrofoam Printing together on the big screen. We also wrote a comment for them. We would like to try Styrofoam printing too.
Next we used our Chromebooks to explore all the films they had created. We chose a film we liked to write a comment too.
Room 4 has been helping Miss Cuningham write Internet Kind comments on our buddy blogs this year. Now it is our time to write our own comments. First we need to practise on a Google doc. When our commnet is ready to share we copy and paste onto the blog.
We have been learning about tessellations. There needs to be no spaces between the shapes. I created a robot.
This was my first animation and it took a while to make. I think I will be faster next time.
Today we were so excitied to explore our Tuhi Mai Tuhi Atu buddy blog, Waenga team @ New Windsor School
We have been learning to animate too. Waenga team have also added sound to their animations. We had fun watching and listening. We are inspired to add sound to our animations too. Thank you Waenga Team, you are very creative.
We have been learning to animate an image. This is the first time we have tried to do this.
This is Louis’ Ball Animation. It was fun duplicating the ball around the playground.
Today we took a head to toe picture and removed the background using remove.bg
Next we added our transparent pictures to a background. Can you guess where in the world we are?
We are excited! Miss Cunningham is going to teach us how to create animations.
First we need to draw a character or object with a transparent background. Our drawing will have no background so we can animate or make it move.
We learnt how to use Sumo Paint to draw our fish.
Can you notice all the detail we have added to our fish?