Mrs. Bri Tunquist's third grade students made stop-motion videos as a classroom project.
When making a stop-action video, an object is physically moved around so that it appears as if it is moving on their own. When making the video, the object is moved in small increments between indiviually photographed frames. This makes it look like object is moving when the frames are played as a fast sequence. We hope you enjoy the videos below. (View video by clicking on the image. Videos will open in a new window.)