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The KidPix is pretty good for a drawing program... very low-level.
Sometimes I have them re-create the project they did with the computer
media. At a previous school, where I was granted computer lab time, I
did a computer lesson with all grade levels. We did a painting project
on paper, then re-created the same subject in digital format, using
KidPix. For gallery night, we displayed both pieces together. It was
Plus, with KidPix Deluxe, you can make slideshows, movies (I haven't
done this so I don't know specifics), use pre-built "stamps" and
backgrounds, textures, etc. It is very kid-friendly. It's also pretty
inexpensive (I bought my own copy for $29).
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