|Movie Examples||Student Photos and Materials|
|Student Reflections||For More Information|
artist's clay, a digital
camera, a computer, and video software to engage students in active learning.
Students create clay figures and make them come to life by posing them in
multiple frames and creating a mini-movie.
Not only does Claymation encourage students to learn about social studies, writing, and technology, but it also encourages cooperative learning and use of multiple intelligences. With Claymation, your classroom will become an active learning environment.
Below are Claymation movies that were made by fourth
graders and support Michigan state standards. To view a Claymation movie, click on your
selection below. A movie will open in Windows Media Player.
Don't have Media Player? Click here to download.
|Three Branches||Native Americans in Michigan|
|Executive Branch||The Three Fires|
|Judicial Branch||Michigan Explorers|
|How a Law is Made||Antoine Cadillac|
|How a Law is Made||Pere Marquette|
|State Symbols||Other Symbols|
|Flower: Apple Blossom||Flag|
|Fish: Brook Trout||Capitol|
|Game Animal: White-Tailed Deer|
|Stone: Petoskey Stone|
|Reptile: Painted Turtle|
|All Michigan Symbols|
More information on the Claymation concept and product can be found at Tech4Learning.