Julia’s students have extended the idea of making clay figures out of their invisible characters into little claymation projects. Described below is the first Invisibles claymation project ever done.

When thinking about the end-of-year celebration, after two months of projects, I can just imagine the joy in a class as the kids, the parents, staff, admins, and any other invited dignitaries including the news media sit there and watch this and so many other end of year projects like the film project.

Imagine the sense of pride in the students as they can see right in front of them how much they understand from their year. With all the adults sitting around them during the celebration, they would be filled with pride to know that they may be the only ones who understand the story line!

The claymation idea from Julia’s students out of the great state of Texas is like the cherry on the top of the icing on top of the CI cake. I’m thrilled:



8 thoughts on “Claymation!”

  1. Brilliant! I think I just might do something like this. If I don’t have clay, which I don’t think I’ll have, students could draw the figures, cut them out, and move them around.

    1. Yeah! We got a media teacher so we can double dip. That said, I noticed no forced speech and it’s all student-centered.

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