My 7th grade son has his first-term science project due this week. He had a few options to choose from and decided it would be fun to make a children's book on lab safety. With a little nudge from his mom, he agreed it would be great to create it as an interactive book. Enter the Silhouette (mwah hah hah). ;)
I opened up Silhouette Studio for him, showed him how to draw a line and then make an offset of the line to serve as a slot, briefly showed him how to make a consistent square and enter text... and this is what he came up with. We turned each page into a print & cut so he would have room to illustrate it and mount it onto the book base with the moving mechanics hidden.
Hopefully you can see what the movement is on each page.
We do a lot of homework these days; good thing there are fun projects to break it up. We can almost always find a way to have the Silhouette help us out. Now if I can figure out how to use it to make my daughter's conquistador costume for her oral report on Monday...