Manga Magic


Make your own manga character

Well, that was a  lot of fun. We were discussing ideas for revamping our classroom areas and corridors to breathe some fresh , 21st century life into them…the great corridor makeover. We settled on the idea we’d get some manga images going which the students could create and we would get them to be reformatted and utilised in different ways . Manga images are bright, cheerful, massively popular and can be used to teach so much vocabulary and expression as we make them. This will largely be a Japanese initiative but the dolldivine site is something we can use in French too. We found some good sites and apps for generating and producing manga characters so I’ll share them with you:

Manga Girl
Top 25 free Manga apps
Manga studio
Manga generator


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