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December 31 at 8:30am

Hey Kids! Create Your Own Comic Books

By Ted Hope

MrsP.com guest blogs on B.O.N. yet again today.  All together now: “Thank you, Mrs. P!”.

Running across FREE resources on the web that engage kids is not always easy. I came across Professor Garfield’s Comics Lab Extreme. Kids can just drag and drop any artwork to create their own graphic novels or comic books.  It even allows them to print and save what they made.


MrsP.com, honored with the American Library Associations Great Site for Kids distinction, creates and publishes free video stories read and performed by acclaimed T.V. actress Kathy Kinney. The site has no advertising and offers interactive games, coloring sheets, and activity guides along with “show me the words” options on every story to help early readers, and ESL students. http://www.MrsP.com

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  1. days out for kids / Dec 31 at 8:30am

    Thanks a lot for sharing this one to us.

  2. rider / Dec 31 at 8:30am

    this is stupid

  3. tia / Dec 31 at 8:30am


  4. tia / Dec 31 at 8:30am

    why dont people make a game

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