It turns out you can take a picture of an object with the Chrombook and paste/insert them into google slides/presentation, move the object, take another pic, insert into slides, etc., and eventually hit, publish to web, alter the speed in the html code, then paste that code into a doc.
All of the animations are done using the chromebooks’ camera, that can be flipped around.
This project was a quite a learning experience for the students and myself. Last year I did not know it was possible to do stop frame animation with chromebooks, and now I’ve got a whole class involved in the process
This is the first, not quite finished, stop frame turned in by Micah C. I just wanted to post this so everyone can see an excellent example!
This should be a nice stop frame animation from Ms. Samantha S.
From the most talented Abby S.
Mrs. Moore’s first attempt at animation came out pretty well.
Mr. Issac S. did a great job drawing an animation, I can’t wait to see what he does next!
Ms. Tessa R contributed this one, she got a lot of movement from a stapler!
Another great job done by Ms. Kara B., I like the writing and the cap going back on at the end!
Here’s a nice stop frame animation done by Alayna