The folks over at Scholastic KLUTZ has sent over a press release of some of their latest LEGO titles including LEGO Ninjago: How to Draw Ninja, Villains, and More!. We will be reviewing these books once we receive them but in the meantime, check out details of the books below.
Everyone wants to be in the movies – and the new LEGO® Make Your Own Movie (ages 8 and up) makes it possible, guiding kids through making their own stop-motion animation films of their minifigures, using a phone, tablet, or computer.
LEGO® is the perfect platform for kids to get creative, tell their own stories, and build communication skills. And stop-motion animation is easy with accessible and free apps available for their devices—kids can complete the mini-movies in as little as an hour.
Step-by-step instructions allow creators to set the stage with thirty-six LEGO® elements including six minifigures. As movie-makers dive into more advanced skills they’ll learn tricks of the trade like lighting, sound effects, and camera angles. Plus, the kit comes with six backgrounds to make your film just like the big screen. The possibilities are limitless as the moviemakers create, which means even more advanced kids can take part in the fun.
The highly anticipated The LEGO Ninjago® Moviewill be released September 22 – perfect timing to highlight LEGO® Make Your Own Movie along with the new LEGO® Ninjago How to Draw Ninja, Villains, and More!(ages 8 and up). Using beginner-friendly tracing activities and easy inking and coloring practice sessions, kids will get results right away. As they create, they will learn artist-approved techniques to sketch, ink, and color right inside the book using the included mechanical pencil, black marker, block eraser, and colored pencils.
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