Which Parts of Your Picture Should Move?
One of the units from the Nuffield Primary Solutions in Design and Technology. Students design and make a moving picture that tells a nursery rhyme or a simple story, using paper, card, found pictures, found materials and paper fasteners.
The activity allows students to produce the picture and it can be extended into other curriculum areas by asking them to describe what is in the picture, what is happening and what might happen next. The resource can be downloaded either in full colour or in grey-scale so that the most appropriate version can be selected for print.
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- Which parts of your picture should move (full colour)
- Which parts of your picture should move? (grey-scale)
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|Subject(s)||Design skills, Design and technology|
|Published||2000 - 2009|
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This resource is part of Nuffield Primary Design and Technology