Google Slides is more than a multimedia presentation tool. Not only can you make interactive whiteboard activities, but you can also create your own stop motion animation movies with just a few tips and tricks. Stop motion animation simply means that you create still slides one by one and then compile it into a movie file when done.
Think of the creative ways you and your students could use Google Slides for stop motion animation that could:
- make science come to life demonstrate how to solve a math problem
- re-enact a historical event
- tell a story or retell a story you read in class
- demonstrate how to solve a math problem
The following blog post at ControlAltAchieve gives two examples of stop motion movies and the step-by-step instructions on how to create either type.