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Draw Students In Using Cartoons and Graphics

Give students opportunity to follow directions and add to a story by using Draw a Stickman. If you have never visited Stickman, try it yourself. You can now choose from 2 different episodes. It doesn’t matter how great an artist you are, you and your students will have fun exploring this unique site.

Jump in to Graphic Novels with your students and watch them get excited about reading and writing. Use Scholastic’s Graphix site to have students create their own comics and also visit their Graphic Novel section to get started using this wonderful literature genre in your classroom.

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