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Claymation

Consider incorporating claymation into lesson plans for any subject with this how to guide. Claymation uses  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
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Consider incorporating claymation into lesson plans for any subject with this how-to guide. Claymation uses 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.

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