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Put it in Motion

Edumedia Why use static images or hand drawn images for teaching science when you can use mini animation sequences to show how things actually work. EduMedia has hundreds of interactive clips that show everything from how Tsunamis happen and how CAT scans work to the different geometric figures. Each has an age range and are just as good for students to work with individually as when shown to the class with a projector or large screen monitor. There’s a free trial to try it out, and the system sells for $5 per month for an individual to $400 for a year-long subscription for an entire middle or high school.

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