-Black construction paper
-tape (preferably black)
Step 1: STEP 1: DRAW/ PRINT
-Make sure that the last frame of your sequence looks similar to the first frame of your sequence so they transition smoothly
REMEMBER! the longer your sequence is the larger your zoetrope will need to be.
Step 2: STEP 2: GLUE
-Leave about 1 cm space between each frame
-Make sure the strip has about as much space at the top and bottom of your frame as the length of the frame it’s self
-Glue the frames to the paper
Step 3: STEP 3: CUT
-This is what you look through when spinning the zoetrope
Step 4: STEP 4: FOLD
-This’ll give you something to glue to your base
Step 5: STEP 5:CURL
Step 6: STEP 6: BASE
-This is the base of the zoetrope
Step 7: STEP 7: POKE
-The hole needs to be the right size for whatever you’re using as a handle. We used a pencil.
Step 8: STEP 8: TAPE AND SECURE
-The handle should not wiggle around. You’re going to be spinning it really fast so you want it to be sturdy.