Year 7 Stop Motion Video Project

As part of the Enrichment Day programme, Year 7 students worked with our student teacher Mr Sell to create stop motion animated videos. Working in small teams they chose or create their probs, drew story board plans and then captured their video using stop motion techniques. Students were really excited to be trying something new in computing, and they had great fun creating figures out of plasticine to use. 


Students used a programme called Monkey Jam which can be downloaded free from the internet, and a web cam.

If you are interested in trying this at home this is a worksheet that will talk you through the process. 

Monkey Jam Worksheet




26 Jan 2016

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