Civics Comics

Two high school civics students have created some seriously impressive comics on the legislative process "The Adventures of Bill Boy" and presidential elections "Charles for President". Using Apple Pages, and iPad sketch apps, they produced engaging and visually stunning illustrations that make learning about these complex topics fun for younger students. These comics showcase a level of understanding that is well beyond their age group, and it's inspiring to see young people taking an active interest in their government and working to educate their peers on important topics.

What's even more remarkable is that these comics were created with the intention of being shared within our district for middle school and elementary school students to use. It's essential for students to have access to engaging and informative materials that help them better understand how our government works, and these comics are an excellent example of how high school students can take on a leadership role in educating their younger peers. Their creativity and passion are truly remarkable, and these comics will benefit students in their district for years to come.

Both of these books are available for free download on the Apple Book Store.

  

Cover of Charles for President.
Cover of The Adventures of Bill Boy.

All Comments

Posted on May 04, 2023

This is wonderful! Congrats to the students for publishing to the Apple Book Store and for helping provide engaging materials for younger learners.

Posted on May 04, 2023

Thanks Cheryl!!

Posted on May 07, 2023

So glad these are published to Apple Books, Terrance! What wonderful student-created work!

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