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Cartoons and Comic Books

Cartoon and comic strips can be used for beginner to advanced readers. It is amazing how comics can tell a complex story in a few images. In fact, researchers found that using comics can improve your child’s reading skills. How?

  1. Comics help improve vocabulary comprehension.
    With concise text paired with detailed image,...

Cartoons and Comic Books

Cartoon and comic strips can be used for beginner to advanced readers. It is amazing how comics can tell a complex story in a few images. In fact, researchers found that using comics can improve your child’s reading skills. How?

  1. Comics help improve vocabulary comprehension.
    With concise text paired with detailed image, comics provide a “visual clue” on what the words mean.
  2. Better Content Retention. Kids retain information better in graphical representation than words alone.
  3. An introduction to non-verbal communication.
    Primary examples of non-verbal communications being used in comics are body language, colour, shapes and simple movements which children can relate to their daily life.

From simple comics about animalsfairies, princesses and knights to thrilling adventures, elements of horrorlifestyle and humour can be illustrated in a comic, enjoyed by older children aged 9 to 12teens and young adults.

Cartoons and Comic Books

Cartoon and comic strips can be used for beginner to advanced readers. It is amazing how comics can tell a complex story in a few images. In fact, researchers found that using comics can improve your child’s reading skills. How?

  1. Comics help improve vocabulary comprehension.
    With concise text paired with detailed image, comics provide a “visual clue” on what the words mean.
  2. Better Content Retention. Kids retain information better in graphical representation than words alone.
  3. An introduction to non-verbal communication.
    Primary examples of non-verbal communications being used in comics are body language, colour, shapes and simple movements which children can relate to their daily life.

From simple comics about animalsfairies, princesses and knights to thrilling adventures, elements of horrorlifestyle and humour can be illustrated in a comic, enjoyed by older children aged 9 to 12teens and young adults.