Storytelling lesson plans to animate a graphic story. Elementary students create an animated comic strip or cartoon using Google Slides or PowerPoint.

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10 Things You Should Know When Animating a Presentation

Whether you’re a teacher presenting a PowerPoint slide show to colleagues, parents, or students or if you’re teaching students how to give a dynamic presentation to their peers, following are ten tips to keep your audience hooked! Animating a presentation creatively can keep viewers engaged and interested. Have Fun with Animation Using These TechnoKids Technology […]

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Animation Workshop for Google Slides

Try these three fun ideas and sharpen your animation skills with Google Slides! In a previous post, I described a new TechnoKids project for Google Apps for Education. TechnoToon inspires students to write in a comic format. The graphic format of the writing with images, callouts, starbursts, text boxes, and word art, really hooks student

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Spark Student Writing with Animated Comic Strips

For reluctant writers and for creative writing enthusiasts, using technology to write a cartoon is a fun, highly motivating activity. Digital storytelling sparks students’ imaginations. Adding elements such as images, callouts, text boxes, starbursts, and word art inspires students even more. Then creating animation effects and transitions makes the writing activity exciting and challenging. How

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Digital Storytelling, Cartoon Style

Inspire students to use their imaginations for digital storytelling with a twist – write in the style of a cartoon. TechnoToon is an all new technology project in which students create a digital story as an animated comic strip. Students love the visual format of cartoons. The recent boom in graphic novels for children and

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