Interactive Arts Site for Kids

Disney Online Kerpoof Studios (www.Kerpoof.com) allow children to create artwork, movies, freehand drawings, cards and more in a variety of themes and styles that they can print, e-mail, create greeting cards or coloring pages.  
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Disney Online Kerpoof Studios (www.Kerpoof.com) allows children to create artwork, movies, freehand drawings, cards and more in a variety of themes and styles that they can print, e-mail, create greeting cards or coloring pages. 

Kerpoof is currently being used in K-8 classrooms worldwide. It's free to use and requires no software installation (it works in any Web browser, on any computer with Internet access). Students can safely share their creations with their class (teacher-moderated).

The website also has ready-to-use lesson plans to help get educators started. For more information, visit www.Kerpoof.com

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