Category Archives: Comics

The Graphic Classroom

Chris Wilson began a blog a few years ago called The Graphic Classroom. The Graphic Classroom is a resource for teachers and librarians to help them stock high quality, educational-worthy, graphic novels and comics in their classroom or school library. … Continue reading

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Another Resource for Comics in the Classroom

First graders in the after-school program at the Bronx’s PS 90 spent part of last school year working collaboratively to create a comic book called The Bionic Butterfly. The title character, infected with pollutants, turned into a very strong, intelligent … Continue reading

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6 Free Sites for Creating Your Own Comics

In the days of cold, hard newsprint, only people who could draw were successful comic strip authors. In some cases, this resulted in comic strips that had very nice pictures, but weren’t all that funny (cough, Blondie). Thankfully, the Internet … Continue reading

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Using Graphic Novels with Children and Teens

Using Graphic Novels with Children and Teens Comics and kids were meant for each other. If it was banned at school, then the kids wanted to read it. Most kids may even have read more comic books than textbooks, which … Continue reading

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