Early American animation toys may appeal to these students. There
are different types. I did zoetropes with my students. Also, flip
cards--use a heavy stock of paper like index cards. Then I think
there was a toy called a therotope (sp?) which is a spinning disk to
which strings are attached. Different images are on each side--like
a bird/cage. When you spin the disk, it appears that the bird is in
the cage. I think insects lend themselves to animation!
Speaking of insects, here is a funny quote I read (maybe on this
list?) to get you folks chuckling for the week:
"If you think you are too small to be effective, you have never been
in bed with a mosquito."
Ann-on-y-mouse in Columbus
Art teacher, K-5, retired
On Feb 4, 2008, at 9:20 AM, email@example.com wrote:
> I have just started a small unit on eric carle and collage. My
> students have already done a project like this, so I need suggestions
> on how to make this project different. I brought in eric carle books,
> i presented info. about him on Power Point, we created our own
> watercolor wash paper, and now im trying to think of more things we
> could do.
> I was thinking making a class book of insects doing simple things? It
> is for a 6th grade SPED class.
> Please let me know if you have any cool projects related to eric
> terri NYC
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