Tuesday, Janurary 8, 2020 (Cooperstown, NY) - CCS 4th-Grade students are now accomplished film creators. During a project in art and library classes, students studied traditional Native American storytelling and created their own original stories. To make the tales come to life, students turned their stories into scripts, made paper characters, props and backgrounds. With the help of Caitlin Cook-Wightman, Cooperstown Elementary School art teacher and Emily Gibson, Cooperstown Elementary School library media specialist, students produced the final stop motion animation shorts using an iPad app. The final projects are fantastic examples of student collaboration, creativity and technology integration in art, literature and social studies. For more information, please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out our CCS 4th Grade work at http://bit.ly/grade4lib.
CCS 4th Grd Create Stop Motion Storytelling Projects
Cooperstown Central School District
Wednesday, January 08, 2020