Documenting Life Through Photos, Animation, and Podcasts

While virtual classes can lead to brain drain, digital tools can offer fresh and creative outlets for kids to define and share their interests. Teachers can ask their students to make autobiographical films, produce podcasts about their favorite cartoons, write articles about the books they’re reading, and make animations about their families.

For instance, teachers can teach a lesson on breathtaking black and white photography of Dorothea Lange from the Great Depression. After that, they can ask their students to take similar photos to document different emotions. Students can get prompts like “looking out of the window,” “a memorable event,” and inside out” to get the students started.

While a lot of students aren’t great writers, they have an artistic eye for composition and color. Therefore, they can engage with the class through their visual work.

Enroll Your Kids in After School Enrichment Programs

COMPUCHILD offers top-of-the-line Entrepreneurial STEAM™ focused after school enrichment programs. Our STEM education franchise is rooted in entrepreneurial education at an early age by focusing on four key skill sets – technology, financial awareness, communication, and ethics.

Our Impactful Blogging and Stop Motion Animation programs for elementary students help develop digital storytelling and communication skills needed to succeed in professional and lucrative careers.

If you’re looking for stem franchise opportunities, COMPUCHILD is the least expensive franchise business to own. Get in touch with us for more information about it.