Happy 2009, a stop motion movie

by | Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Soham, Shreya and I spent this afternoon making a stop-motion animation new year’s card. Check it out…

Have a great 2009!

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5 Comments

  1. Priti Patil

    Hello Punya,

    Saw the Happy New Year stopmotion… creative and entertaining…

    Great project to do with kids and then eat up the skittles!!! Would like to know more about your tech-integration projects… Since I’m curious about various tech projects with kids..

    Here is one we made with our kids –
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zjfbe5Pbkjg

    Also, I’d like to discuss such more projects with you..

    Looking forward to hear from you,
    Priti

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  2. Sally McClintock

    Happy New Year, Punya. It’s great to see that you’re still up to fun and frolic with technology. All the best!

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  3. benoy mishra

    wonderful.soham’s interest in music is interesting.

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  4. Erik

    This is great – what a brilliant way to use Skittles. Happy 2009 – thanks for sharing the video.

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  5. leigh

    Happy New Year! 🙂

    Reply

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