In celebration of Pi Day, children at Heritage CDC worked on film making and animation projects. The children decided what type of video they wanted to record and picked a “how to make a stop motion” video. They spent one month working on creating several videos during Tech Club time.
On March 14th, the children showcased their stop-motion animation movies. The Tech Club children invited their friends and family to view their projects. Everyone had an opportunity to vote on their favorite stop motion video using an online voting system. “Happy Pi Day” won the contest with 40% of the winning votes. The Cooking Club children baked blueberry, apple and peach pies to celebrate Pi day with their family and friends at CDC.