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New animation resource

Animation resource screengrab

Our latest learning journey on animation has been published online.

The resource includes examples of animation in Scotland from the First World War until the 1960s. These include works by well-known animation studio Halas & Batchelor who made Animal Farm (1954) as well as amateur animation.

The Animation lesson guide consists of film clips with questions and activities and a downloadable pdf learning journey for use within the classroom. These have been designed with the First and Second levels of the Scottish curriculum in mind but can easily be adapted for other stages.

All of our lesson guides are free to use. They can be adapted for use within the classroom or informal learning settings.

To link to the Animation lesson guide click here or search for 'Lesson Guides' under the heading 'Resources'.

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