Comic Strips


ComicStrips

I create a comic strip for the parents and children to enjoy in the newsletter I produce at the school I work.  I use different situations that happen to me and/or what I observe from the children.  Once a month the children enjoy the comic strip and actively see who might be immortalized as a cartoon character that month.

I hope you enjoy them as much as the children and parents do.

The First Year 2010 – 2011

The Second Year 2011 -2012

The Third Year 2012 -2013

The Fourth Year 2013 -2014

The Fifth Year 2014 -2015

The Sixth Year 2015 -2016

The Seventh Year 2016 -2017

The Eighth Year 2017 -2018

The Ninth Year 2018 -2019

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