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9 Free Tools to Create Educational Cartoons

Below is a list of some of the best free online cartoon making tools. I know how important visual aids are in education and applications such as the ones mentioned down are just what we really need to spice up our learning and teaching. Feel free to bookmark and share the list with your friends and colleagues. You will also find a slideshow below that contains all these tools. 1- Cartoonizer Cartoonizer is acool web application . 2- Automatoon Automatoon is a great web application. 3- Cartoonatic Cartoonatic is a great mobile app. 4- Anmish Anmish is a fun web application. 5- Host-d.oddcast Host-d.oddcast is a great image editing tool . 6- Write Comics Write Comics is a good web2.0 tool for creating comics . 7- Convert to Cartoon Convert to Cartoon is a cool website to use with your students . 8- Toonlet Toonlet is another strip generator tool that we can use in education . 9- Strip Generator Strip Generator is a great web2.0 site in education .

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