I have a brief lesson I use in 4th grade discussion online bullying and how to react when people make you mad by what they say online. The end result is they create a comic/cartoon on paper giving ways to react when mad. I'd like to do something a bit more creative with it, but not spend a whole lot of time on it either. I'm drawing a blank on Web 2.0 options to do this project.

Any suggestions on a tool to take this to the next level?

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A word of caution, we had one incident of vulgar language on a comment to one of our student's TooDoo cartoons. The 'social' part of some of these programs can be problematic---comments on your work are part of the site, bigger audience and all that but there is no way to screen the comments if you mark the cartoon public.
Thanks for the heads up Nancy.

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