Author: Arnie Uretsky
For Children 6 to 60
A simple-to-use multimedia writing tool that puts fun back into your creative writing program while encouraging writing skills and oral language. You and your students can create animated stories that talk, or print out the comic books and act out the stories using puppets.
Kreative Komix U.S. History Comic Book Maker
Through the use of interactive activities, students learn about history while creating animated comics of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, making puppets of the founding fathers, and animating the tea falling into Boston Harbor during the Boston Tea Party. Then can also decorate a realistic Plymouth colony with accurate colonial furniture, travel the backwoods in the Underground Railroad with Harriet Tubman, and pretend to be Davey Crockett and Colonel Travis at the Alamo. Complete with realistic sound effects, and much more!
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System Requirements: Windows: 64 MB RAM, (128 MB rec.) XP, and Vista (works on Windows 7 - not fully tested)