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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Puppet Pal Presentation in Action

Armed with a book, an ipad and knowledge, these two boys completed an independent study of water and presented it on an app called Puppet Pals.

Water from Alidia Ericsson on Vimeo.

 What a superb effort Jonte and Jackson! 
This is their first attempt so I can't wait to see what the boys will do next.

What do you think of Jonte and Jacksons work?
Have you used Puppet Pals?

Try it yourself. Puppet Pals is an app we use school wide at Auroa. It is an easy way for children to create and record their own animated shorts. It is available for the iPod touch, iPhone and iPad. There is a free version and then a paid option where you can create your own puppets from real life photos and backgrounds. A great way to create animated retellings of stories.


3 comments:

  1. Well done boys on the use of puppet pals. Continue to think about the backgrounds etc and layout. The more you practice the easier it gets. I am looking forward to the next presentation!

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  2. Great work Jonte and Jackson. I like the way you have used puppet pals to show your knowledge of water. Well done and keep reading!

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  3. Jonte auroa school
    I like using puppet pals.
    I cant wait until I do another one

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