Make a Flicker Book

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Flicker books may not exactly be high technology and multimedia but they allow children to express themselves in pictures rather than in words. They are useful for showing processes that happen rapidly, or for 'time-lapse' effects.

Asking children to make a flicker book is a very good way of looking at how well children have understood a process without requiring them to produce a written explanation. For example, what happens when a dish of salty water is left to evaporate?