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What was the first cartoon?
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What are some of your favorite cartoons?

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Overview
Grade K-5
Topic Current Events And Trending Topics
Focus Senses & Perception
213 reviews
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This mini-lesson features Disney animator Britney Thoreson, who guides students through the history and science behind some of their favorite cartoons. In the activity, Moving Pictures, students learn how to animate their own drawings.

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Blank Paper (8.5 x 11")
30
Pencil
30
Scissors
30
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Overview
Grade K-5
Topic Current Events And Trending Topics
Focus Senses & Perception
213 reviews
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