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Erin Kaitler

Windblown for Stop Motion

Grades: Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade
Subjects: Art, STEAM

Student Instructions

Today we are taking inspiration from the pictures in Windblown by Édouard Manceau to create our own artwork. The twist, we are also making a Stop Motion film! add 👂🏻Listen to the story Windblown by by Édouard Manceau. 🎨Think about what you would like to create using the pieces from the story. Play around with them - you have brainstorming pages and you can always undo and eraser Use move and 3dots to drag, flip, resize, reorder the pieces to make a new picture. Use pen and pencil to add details to complete your creation. When your ready - let’s start creating your Stop Motion! 💡More photos = better Stop Motion. Keep your movements small. Draw extra details in small sections. Take lots of Screen Shots for each movement and drawing addition. The more the better!! check when you are done 😊 🎬🎥 Stop Motion Time! When you have pressed check open the Stop Motion Pro app and import your Screen Shots.

Teacher Notes (not visible to students)

WindBlown by Edouard Manceau To make the Stop Motion component if this activity, students will need Stop Motion Pro app.