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Eat A Rainbow Fruit and Veg Animation

Eat A Rainbow Fruit and Veg Animation

19/04/2010

Eat A Rainbow Fruit and Veg Animation




This is a short fun animation video featuring fruits and vegetables, which kids may find funny and may work for you as a filler in presentations or background pieces.




The video was developed during a workshop at the Children's Food Festival in 2009 by Sharyn Singer's organisation, Eat A Rainbow Every Day, and children at the festival.

 

It's a stop motion animation using lots of foods to make moving fun faces and shapes

 

 

 


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