This is an twinning Project example.
Pupils made a Christmas card for their partners using Tuxpaint and adding images using the interactive whiteboard.
We made an interactive map from Pontevedra Heritage monuments as part of Saint James way, using Thinglink and scrib.
Pivot makes it easy to create animations. Share your animations by exporting them as animated Gifs or as videos to upload to YouTube.
We used it for several twinning Projects with Lieven Van Parys:
@ni & m@te
@ni’ and ‘m@te’ are a girl and a boy travelling around the world. They are twins. They want to visit your classroom, your school, your city or country
Make @ wiz
Children dream about the future… In this project they build a better world, step by step, ‘stone by stone’… They ‘make a wish’ by means of an animation, starring our funny wizard ‘Wizzy’ who represents the ideas of the kids. http://www.sintamandusmeulebeke.be/myworld/makeawiz.htm ‘eTwinning’ Let’s create animations together… One team discovers a problem, makes a wish… and the other team works out a solution. Topics: protection of nature, climate change, environmental pollution (water, air, soil), recycling, energy saving, famine, water shortage, flood, children’s rights, mobbing, arms race, war, poverty, sense of public responsibility, immigration, terrorism, domestic violence…
Project Summary (in Spanish)
Scratch is a free programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations.
This is the sample my pupils are following to create their animated avatars.