I know that kid pix is a basic software which allows for very little
flexibility. Have you checked out a program called Disney's Magic
Studio? You can really get some great stuff from that program. You can
work with markers, paints, pencils, crayons, chalk, and a variety of
other media on the computer. I know it's harder to come by, though.
And each disc may cost you $40. Worth every penny. You can even get
sketchpads that hook up to the computer to use instead of a mouse!
As far as kid pix lessons, I havn't heard of any yet.
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I will be doing a presentation on using Kid Pix in elementary school as
of a digital imaging presentation geared towards a K - 12 audience.
As a middle school teacher I haven't played with Kid Pix in a while. I
checked for Kid Pix lessons on the web but was wondering if any of you
any Kid Pix lessons posted or any ideas to share.