These photos and animations showcase how Brush Ninja is being used in education.
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Awesome Animations Educational Animation
DES 4th graders in Computer Science learning how to make a Gif (not the peanut butter! 😛) using Brush Ninja. They picked it up pretty quick since it is not too much different from filming in stop-motion which they did last year in 3rd grade.Tweeted by Kevin Hughes
7th grade scientists demonstrate their knowledge of DNA using brush.ninja on Chromebooks.Tweeted by Goddard Titans
Day before thanksgiving + pirate day? animated SWBST organizers for “How to Catch A Turkey” with @DanielleGanze’s friends. Thanks @AltmanITS for sharing this resource!Tweeted by Ms. Taylor Jacobson
Math Teachers on the Dance Floor be like…..Tweeted by Mrs. McLean
My sixth graders enjoyed making their first animated GIFs today using #Brushninja that I learned while attending #NETA19. What fun!Tweeted by Elisa Beutler
On Friday, students created an animated gif depicting an element of feudalism of their choice. They loved using @BinaryMoon‘s awesome http://Brush.Ninja application.Tweeted by Sara McConnel
4th and 5th grade Pirates are animating GIF files using http://brush.ninja and their imaginations!Tweeted by Mrs. Morgan
❤️ giving my Ss voice and choice to share what they’ve learnedTweeted by Cecile Retrosi
Tried out a great website for 4th grade Makerspace this week. With http://Brush.ninja you can build an animated gif - great results in a short time! Easy to learn, free & no account needed. Thumbs up from students!Tweeted by Sarah Hooley