My second graders, the Brainwaves, made this stop motion animation as part of the Monster Project, which is organized by Terry Smith of Hannibal, MO. We read Where the Wild Things Are. Next, we made a flow chart and wrote a summary of the story. Then we made a story board. We wrote the script. We had to estimate how many pictures we would need at 10 frames per second to fit with our narration. Some of us worked on the project during lunch and gym. We want to thank. Garret Ferguson, of Lafayette Regional School in Franconia, NH. Garret came to Bridgeport, CT last year and taught us how to make a stop motion video. Garret this one's for you and "wild things" everywhere.

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Comment by Bob Greenberg on November 6, 2009 at 4:14pm
Thank you Mark and Jody for your kind words.
Comment by Mark Fox on November 6, 2009 at 12:15am
Brilliant. Love it and have highlighted it as my 'Video of the Week" for this week. Well done, and all credit to your little team of animators. They've done an incredible job.
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Comment by Jody L Bowie on November 2, 2009 at 8:06pm
wow. absolutely incredible. please pass my kudos on to your students. they did a fantastic job.
Comment by Bob Greenberg on November 2, 2009 at 7:30pm
I used a free download from www.samanimation.com All you need is a webcam. It's very easy to use for stop motion or time lapse video.
Comment by Nicole Putnam on November 2, 2009 at 7:23pm
What software did you use to make this?

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