It’s a draw! Comparing online drawing tools


Last session we spent some time in our private chat rooms discussing what we would like to learn more about in our ICT lessons. There were many ideas shared. You told me you would like to learn,

  • about Kid Pix [3 people]
  • to use paint tools or drawing [2 people]
  • how to use the right web sites
  • about Cyberbullying [2 people]
  • about different websites that help you [2 people]
  • about new web sites [2 people]
  • more about the sites I use
  • all about the main tools to use when we need to search
  • about Microsoft Surface
  • about Windows 8.1, cloud storage, Blogger and Blogpost
  • more about Apple stuff
  • to set up a URL for games [3 people]
  • to make and design our own games or puzzles [6 people]
  • to make a movie or animation [4 people]
  • more about blogs and make them [7 people]
  • to set up talking messaging ‘things’ for KIK
  • about Google


Compare the Drawing Tools….


Five people said they would like to learn more about Kid Pix, drawing or painting tools and four more people said they would like to learn about new web sites or sites that would help them. So, lets take a look at some online drawing tools.

Here are four online drawing tools. You can try out one of them and learn how to use it really well or you can try out all of them and discover which one you think is the best. At the end of the lesson, we will talk about what we learnt, how we can use this new learning and compare the four different drawing tools. You can draw whatever you like………use your imagination!!

Remember to draw something you are happy to share with everyone, if you would not want your grandparents to see it, then don’t draw it!

BTW: If you can’t decide what to draw, ask me……..I have great ideas!! ūüėČ


Here are the drawing tools…



   Sumo Paint  Р




Draw Island  Р






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