The program allows you to choose from myriad characters, props and backgrounds, then type in your own speech bubbles, then email it, save it to your blog or del.icio.us, or myriad other options. The cartoon below is a great example of using this as a classroom tool. You could:
- Make cartoons about classroom rules/procedures
- Have students make cartoons about novels they're reading or historic events, or
- Create their own graphic novels (or novelettes)
- Make cartoons to summarize scientific ideas or research, or
- Demonstrate vocabulary (the 'toon needs to be an example of the word, not just used in the speech bubbles).
- Foreign language scenarios (it supports special characters)