Tutorial: Getting Started – All About Popples Welcome to a brand new set of Popplet Tutorials. We have listened to your requests and over the next few weeks, we are going to do our very best to make the Popplet experience more accessible and enjoyable for everyone. Let’s begin at the beginning, with every Popplet’s essential element: the popple. Popples The basic building blocks of popplets are called popples. They are to Popplet what the humble cell or the mighty atom are to the physical world: with no popples, there can be no popplets. Fortunately, popples are much easier to understand than cells and atoms, and are regularly produced by the under-fives. Creaza Creaza MovieEditor Do you have a school assignment to make a documentary about your summer experiences or global climate change, or maybe a narrative film about your neighbourhood. Or do you just feel like making a short film to show your friends and family? To make it easy for you to get started, I am going to show you how to use the movie editor in Creaza.
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