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Transcript of Toondoo
Toondoo is able to run on all PC computers and Macs. This also includes home computers. All that is needed is a stable internet connection and to create a simple free and easy to use account by signing up with your email address!
How much does it cost?
Like most websites, Toondoo is free to sign up for by simply using a valid email address. It is also possible to sign up for "Toondoo Spaces" which is the paid version of the website. The differences between the two are as follows:
In my experience with Toondoo, I found it to work very smoothly. I used my email address and created a free account. I was impressed by the amount of choices regarding characters and scene creation.
Detailed description, what can the tool do?
“ToonDoo is a cool, comic-creating tool from Jambav, a fun site for kids. Jambav is devoted to creating a unique array of free and customizable online games of educational value for children of all abilities.”
Here is a quick look at the what Toondoo is capable of! Children and parents alike are able to make a variety of comics with no frustration!
Toondoo (Free Account)
Pros and Cons
-Easy to use
-Great learning tool
-Could be used in a matter of learning environments including special education
Pros and Cons:
-Toondoo Spaces isn't worth it.
-May be complicated for some people
The great thing about Toondoo is that it could be used many classroom situations.
Examples: A fun way to learn history by making a historically relevant comic
-Could be used to show cell division in science with a fun comic.
-Could be used in special education and have teachers work with students to create a comic helping with giving a sense of accomplishment and integrating certain skills.
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