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  1. Start with Basic Concepts: Introduce them to the fundamental concepts of animation, such as keyframes, timing, and movement. Explain how animation brings static images to life.
  2. Traditional Animation: Begin with traditional animation techniques using paper and pencils. Teach them about flipbooks, where they can draw a sequence of images on the pages and flip them to see the animation.
  3. Digital Tools: Transition to digital tools and software for animation. There are numerous user-friendly programs available for beginners, such as Scratch, Stykz, or Pivot Animator. These tools allow kids to create simple animations by manipulating digital characters or objects.