Kids and teachers all across the country are getting ready for a new school year. (WOO!) So I thought I’d help get everyone in the mood with some education cartoons!
I’m sure I’ve mentioned it before, but my wife is a teacher, and believe me, this cartoon is fairly accurate.
I don’t know if it’s the case anymore, but when my kids were born it seemed like every boy was named Logan. I knew Wolverine was popular, but sheesh!
You just know that kid is going to grow up and crash the entire financial system one day.
This education cartoon was really really popular about a year ago. Is Pinterest still a huge deal?
I’m really happy with how this cartoon sort of steps down from positive to OK to uh-oh in only 8 words.
My wife uses that phrase a lot. For example, “I like how (insert name here) is paying attention.” It works like gangbusters usually, and I had fun playing with it a bit.
Ignorance is bliss, especially with math.
“Reluctant reader” is another phrase I hear my wife say, and it was fun to see f I could make a cartoon out of it. Also, those books in the background were fun to draw.
For a while it seemed like infographics were everywhere, but they’re either dying down or I’ve seen so many I’m ignoring them now. I suspect the latter.
This education cartoon came out around Valentine’s Day, and it’s one of those where you wonder what the back story is. At least I do.
I was sure someone had done this cartoon, but I searched online and never found it. Still, someone’s had to have done this already, right?
I’d like to read that sentence.
Most of my education cartoons are based in elementary schools, but I do try to do more high school themed cartoon occasionally.
PLC is the acronym for Professional Learning Community. According to Wikipedia they are:
…an extended learning opportunity to foster collaborative learning among colleagues within a particular work environment or field. It is often used in schools as a way to organize teachers into working groups.
My wife really likes it, and it was a fun challenge to do a PLC cartoon, but if you don’t know what that is, then this probably isn’t that funny.
I tried to make the two handwritings different in this, but even my left-handed penmanship isn’t too bad. Sigh…
This field trip cartoon was so much fun to draw, and I got to work in comic books to boot! WOO!
Place value is one of those terms I think you forget about later in life. Unless you marry a teacher that is.
I try to vary my education cartoon cast to include nurses, counselors, and, in this case, a librarian.
OK, last one…
So that’s it! Hope you enjoyed these education cartoons, and hope you have a great school year!