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There is a learning curve with all these programs, but we have started
teaching my 6 year old at home to use some of them. He actually does pretty
well with some of the more basic tools, so I think the older kids could
probably really learn them. The teachers will need to learn them first of
course, before teaching the kids. The tutorials are pretty good for that.
>I need some suggestions for PC graphics software for our computer lab at
>school. I am looking for something very user friendly for 6th, 7th, and
>8th grade students. I want a "paint" program of some type which will
>allow more flexibility than the Paint/Paintbrush programs that come with
>Windows...something that will allow them to use perspective,
>shading/blending of colors, rotating shapes as they wish rather than a
>pre-established degree of rotation, etc...but not so hard that students
>are unable to use it without constant supervision. Also, I don't want
>something that is elementary level with a lot of "annoying" sounds.
>I have to turn the suggestions in by Wednesday. Please help!