If you are teaching Flash animation, you probably have bookmarked some excellent Flash interactive sites for examples. Would you please take the time to share them with us? Just add your favorites in the comments section with a short explanation (appropriate for public school viewing, please).
I'm looking for innovative, captivating educational sites for my classroom examples.
Shortoftheweek.com has a Flash category. The Bendito Machines are ones I found there. I always show BM1 at least, and have fun letting the students interpret the meaning. There are 4.
Here is a great one on the MOMA site about their Tim Burton exhibition.
Another one from MOMA, but very different is their What is a Print? interactive
Here is a Flash portfolio site by a very talented student, whose website is titled "okaydave.com"
Another museum interactive for younger children, from the Art Institute of Chicago, has some beautifully done storytelling, for example.
From the Smithsonian, a site about book illustrations
An interactive site about color theory. I use this in my graphic design classes as an alternative to a lecture style lesson about color.
A nice example of Flash poetry, Why do you stay up so late?
Please share what you've found. If you have some successful student Flash sites as well, let us know.