Science Animations at Petite Riviere School
Mr Jeffries’ grade 5/6 class created Claymation films illustrating different adaptations, migrations, lifecycles and evolution that they have been learning about in their Science unit.
Students worked diligently on their projects – the two weeks spent on the films went all too fast. The resulting films were both informative and fun to watch!
Scroll down to read PROJECT FEEDBACK from the students
- The Leopard Gecko by Aidan & Eli
- The Food Chain by Michael & Jaiden
- The Arctic Fox by Emma, Jane & Cameron
- The Evolution of the World by Oliver & Evan
- The Mi’kmaq Migration by Finn, Hayden & Malcolm
- How a Wolf Survives by Allison, Kate & Ella
- The Evolution of Man by Mitchell, Michael, Lukum & Bronson
- The Lifecycle of a Frog by Kyle
- The Island of Weird Things by Noah, Colby & Terry
Feedback from the students:
Thank you for coming to our school. I enjoyed the claymation, it was very very fun. I would do it again. I hope you had fun. The most fun part was telling eveybody who was up next. I had fun !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:):):):):) – Michael J
It was so so so so so fun I loved it – Oliver
I loved it!!! it was so much fun. I’d do it again in a heartbeat!!!!! – Jane
We all had soooooooo much fun doing this with you! can’t wait to see you again!!!!!!!!!:) – Emma
This project was funded by the Petite Riviere School’s Home & School Association and Arts Smarts Nova Scotia.