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Depends on what the teacher is comfortable with I would suggest looking at
1) Movie maker ~ easy to use and should work fine.  And could add narration
without an issue. This is probably your best bet.
2) Photostory3 ~ I think this would work and go pretty easy, you will need
to set all of the slided not to put the fancy trasitions in.
3) Pencil ( http://www.pencil-animation.org/) ~ This is
actual animation software. (and is availible for mac, pc, and linux)
4) http://jaycut.com/ ~ this is a full webbased movie editor which should
also work.


Bjorn Behrendt
IT Coordinator
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On Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 10:17 AM, Joanne Finnegan <
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> I have a tech-savvy art teacher who wants to do clay animation videos with
> elementary students (he teaches K - 4 but I'm not sure who he intends to do
> this with).
>
> What PC software have people used to for this? We don't have Macs in our
> elementary schools so that isn't an option.
>
> Will Movie Maker do just as much as any of the "for purchase" software?
>
> I'd appreciate any suggestions about software as well any experiences
>  teachers have had with the process.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Joanne
>
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> Joanne Finnegan
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> Chittenden East Supervisory Union
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