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Using Hyperstudio To Create an Alliterative Picture Book
Students learn to create alliterative sentences, illustrate using graphic design techniques, to scan their illustrations and to create HyperStudio cards with voice over. Students learn to enunciate their words, while adding dramatic expression.
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