Different ways to animate in Keynote

Here is a keynote presentation containing tutorials that explain different ways to create animations in Keynote. It shows how to move an object along a path, how to create a stop motion effect, how to move many objects at once (magic move transitions), how to create animations with a line drawing effect and how to animate with 3D objects into Keynote. It also show examples of grade two student projects to give you ideas.

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Posted on January 18, 2024

This is such a great resource. I will send it out to all my teachers so they can use it as a reference. Thank you for sharing.

Posted on January 19, 2024

Thank you Brian. English isn’t my first langage… took me an effort for me to switch my Ipad ( and brain, ha ha) to English. Hope it is helpful.

Posted on January 19, 2024

I’d love to see your Keynote Ginette, but I’m getting an error when trying to download. Is it working for you?

Posted on February 17, 2024

Yes it works for me… try again and let me know…It did take a few seconds though…went in keynote file…

Posted on February 10, 2024

Amazing collection of resources! I'm definitely going to explore the animating 3D objects in Keynote more - that's so cool! I think I might have grade 4 students use it when they learn about the human body. Maybe I'll even have them export the video to iMovie, and use picture-in-picture to have them explain their learning!

Thanks so much for sharing!

Posted on February 17, 2024

Great idea… and if you go on sketchfab and download usdz models of parts of humain body….you can add these 3d models to keynote… Your comment makes me thing… I have another student working in reality composer now to explain body parts… she added in humain organs, added in her voice and posters made in Canva and pins to indicate to touch certain things in her 3d environnement to hear her voice). Can’t wait to see you Shauna! Hope to see you this summer at ADE gathering.

Posted on February 10, 2024

Bonjour Ginette

Thank you so much for creating this and for sharing the students example. It could be a great beginning of school year task (or anytime) and I like how you included what students feel challenged by also. Well done!


Posted on February 17, 2024

Thanks Mary… I must admit the all about me project was their favorite project (and they did many). We started on day one of the school year, worked on and off on it, and presented it to parents and family members and the VIP’s they decided to invite towards the end of the year. A full year of reflecting on who they are, and on what they were learning about their strenghts and weaknesses. A full year to work on finding stategies to improve. It helped students work on personal growth all year.

Posted on February 24, 2024

Thank you, I am sharing this with my team. Fantastic ideas!

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