This visual literacy game helps students practice clearly communicating through images; both creating and interpreting while working with verbs, nouns, and adjectives. I packaged up this game into a print & assemble download. Take a look!
We started out our art class this year with a school-wide scribble challenge. It's a fun way to get the creative juices flowing in our new learning environment. I led students through a paper version of the challenge and sent them off to Seesaw to try it digitally too. You can save, modify, and assign my scribble challenge activity to your students on seesaw too if you follow this link.
Explore the magic of stop motion animation this week by trying one or more of these six strategies using a free app called iMotion on your iPhone or iPad or try Stop Motion Studio (free) for every platform including Chromebooks.
Grab a pencil, paper, and join me on my first attempt to go live on youtube for a draw-along on March 30, 2020 at 1 pm CST. Use this link. I will archive the video below.
How can you tell a giraffe they CAN'T? As artists we can draw giraffes doing anything they want to do. Let's make sure that our Giraffes can live theirdreams to DANCE!
I learned from Paul Hamilton on Twitter about an augmented reality app that I plan on using to replace HP Reveal called EyeJack app. It has a creator app for the mac desktop and an app for your device. You set up a trigger, overlay, and option audio in the creator then scan the QR code it generates to load the effect (the first time). Look at the tweet below to see what my cover page looks like when you scan the QR code in the app.
Take a photo of the clouds and show us what you see.
Use this tutorial on your iPad using the Keynote app.
Students were given roles, iPads, bendable monsters, instruction sheets, and 20 minutes to make a collaborative stop motion animation monster dance video.
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