When I did this, i used to use legal size paper cut into 8 squares. They
needed 16 to get a little movement. Students were encouraged to draw a very
simple movement, e.g. sun coming up, ball bouncing etc. The trick then was
to spread the papers just a little before stapling so they are each just a
little out of sync with the paper on top and below--then staple at the top.
It worked pretty well.
on 10/23/02 8:43 AM, Theresa Parker at email@example.com wrote:
> Hi all!
> Has anyone got any advice or experience making flipbooks with middle school
> students? I'm referring to the small books that create an animated effect
> when the pages are ruffled. I'm trying to prepare a lesson and wanted to
> avoid too many problems. Thanks in advance for any insights you may be able
> to share.
> Theresa in WA
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