Larry Ferlazzo offered a new link on his blog for a site called Draw a Stickman that I think could be really fun for the classroom. The key to this site is the “Share” option. At the end of the interactive story, a message appears. When you choose to “Share”, you can determine the message. You can then e-mail it to yourself and/or others. If you want to use this to introduce a topic, you can e-mail it to yourself, save the link, and have your students help you create the stickman that brings the message. You could also create several different messages, differentiating for your students, and offer them as links on your student server or on a teacher website. If your students have e-mail addresses, such as e-pals, and are corresponding with someone for class, this would be a fun message for them to create and send.