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Wick Editor is a free site where students create animations and games by layering drawings and designs using built-in editing tools.
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It explores a range of science topics related to color, including colorblindness, light refraction, optical illusions, the "feelings" of color, painting, and pigment.
Students can create original videos with dynamic, interchangeable backgrounds using green screen technology.
Animation & Drawing by Do Ink is a well-designed animation app designed for students of all ages and talents.
We often forget how powerful the arts can be in connecting our kids with social studies content and big ideas.