Today we are pleased to present the second in our series of Activity Guides for teachers which is now available through our website and also our store on Teachers Pay Teachers (TPT).
The Water Cycle Activity Guide aims to help teachers set up and manage a stop motion animation project about the various elements of the water cycle. The guide has been designed to target students in Grades 3-7.
The free downloadable kit includes everything you need to get started in any classroom or after-school club, including: optional activities, resources, cut-and-color templates, a storyboard and an example of the final video including the text for the script.
The video which accompanies the guide can be found on YouTube.
This activity guide aims to explain the key processes in a way that children can understand and in turn, communicate them to others. By using this guide, teachers will be able to help their students animate the main concepts and necessary elements involved in the water cycle:
By using stop motion animation as a teaching tool, students will be able to develop a wide range of skills:
- 21st century skills such as creativity, collaboration and critical thinking.
- Active learning, visualizing, and problem solving.
- Improving complex skills such as decision-making and language.
- Sequencing and chronological patterning of content to make great stories.
- Being able to transform an idea from vision into reality.
- Increase their visual attention.
In addition to the Global Warming Activity Guide already available on our website and TPT, future activity guides will cover a range of subjects, including:
- Cycle of seasons
- Soil properties
Throughout the year we’ll be releasing new activity guides so please subscribe to our blog and follow us on our social media channels for announcements and other HUE news.
We will also be producing activity guides for UK schools, and in the French and Spanish languages throughout 2020. Please feel free to share the guides with your colleagues and let us know if you like them. Simply tag us in your social media posts, especially if you share your animations, using the hashtag #TeachersLoveHUE !
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