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Comic Strips

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MakeBeliefsComix.com

August 20, 2011 -- Submitted by Bill Zimmerman, a teacher from New York City, who is affiliated with the site.

MakeBeliefsComix.com, the free online comic strip generator, has launched a new Special Needs Section to help educators, educational therapists and parents use the site to enable children with a wide array of disabilities communicate more effectively and express their ideas by creating comic strips online. Creating comic strips is a fun way to encourage writing and reading. The new section provides examples of how educators use the site with children who are on the Autism Spectrum, who are deaf/hearing impaired, who have head injuries/brain tumors, stutter, are struggling writers, or have physical and mental disabilities.


Comic Math

August 2, 2011 -- Submitted by Adam Levin, a reader from Philadelphia, PA, who is affiliated with the site.

Comic Math is an upcoming webcomic about aliens, being a high school student and preparing for the SAT. Students will learn math while forgetting they are studying because of the compelling story. Right now the webcomic is still in development but you can follow its development on the production blog and see the story get created!

Free and safe kids videos and games

April 20, 2011 -- Submitted by Johnattan Cambridge, a parent from Clearwater, FL, who is affiliated with the site.

Not too long ago I started a website containing cartoons and kids movies that were available on servers like Youtube and others. Because I was laid off from my job I have enough time to handpick cartoons that are safe and fun and keep them up to date.

Sproot Movies

January 31, 2011 -- Submitted by Loring Robbins, a parent from Davis, CA, who is affiliated with the site.

This is a site I created for an animated cartoon series about a young girl (Sproot) growing up in a family of telekinetic beings. The story follows her struggles to master her own telekinetic powers. Along the way, she gets a lot of entertaining instruction from her family, but ultimately she must learn to control her own power.

Oh, Brother!

December 6, 2010 -- From Bob, a reader, from Arizona, who is affiliated with the site.

“Oh, Brother!” is a new syndicated comic and webcomic for kids that I created with fellow cartoonist Jay Stephens. The website has fun all age comics, games and art gallery for kid art submissions.

Power Pickle

December 4, 2010 -- From Tre, age 11, from Austin, Texas, who is affiliated with the site.

A really funny comic strip about an edible superhero named “Power Pickle”. This comic strip is created by an 11 year old, and the humor is suited for kids and adults!

Drawing How to Draw

November 10, 2010 -- From Rachel, a reader from New Jersey, who is affiliated with the site.

This is a great site for kids who want to learn how to draw. There are literally hundreds of fun drawing lessons, online drawing applications, as well as a library full of tens of thousands of drawing tutorials elsewhere on the net

Oh, Brother!

September 22, 2010 -- From Kiley, age 15, from Arizona, who is not affiliated with the site.

I love this collection of cartoons, games, kid art, pet photos and activities!

How to Draw Cartoons Online

October 28, 2009 -- From Jeff, a reader, from Ontario, Canada, who is affiliated with the site.

How-to-Draw-Cartoons-Online.com offers free cartoon drawing lessons at the Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced levels.

There is a variety of themes to choose from as well, including: Animals, People, Dragons, and Famous Cartoon Characters – like Mickey Mouse and Spongebob.

All in all, this is an excellent child-friendly site for learning how to draw.

Kidjutsu – Comics for Kids

April 6, 2009 -- From Brian, a reader, from San Mateo, CA, who is affiliated with the site.

Kidjutsu is a kids comic website where kids can read, discover, and share comics. Reading comics on Kidjutsu is a fun activity for kids that encourages them to read for enjoyment and exercise their budding imaginations. Kidjutsu started off as a collection of the best all-ages kid-friendly comics, but it’s grown into a website for kids, tweens, teens, and even the big kid in all of us.