Animation in Cartoonist

A new school year is well underway! We have been working throughout the summer on new content, functionality, and possibilities. 

New Possibilities in Creaza


We are constantly adding new content, features, and possibilities in Creaza. Below you will find several examples of what's new in Creaza.

Bett Awards and Export of Cartoons

2018 will be a very exciting year for Creaza and all of our users. We have several new features and functionality coming in the near future, and the first ones are already in place.

Creaza a Finalist at Bett Awards 2018

Creaza is very happy, excited, and proud to announce that we have been shortlisted as a finalist in the “International Digital Educational Resource” category at the prestigious Bett Awards 2018! 

You can find all the finalists here.

Creaza at ISTE 2017


Creaza is really looking forward to meeting many American teachers at the ISTE conference in San Antonio this week. ISTE is the largest education technology conference in the US. You will find us at booth 229 together with Oslo EdTech Cluster and Skooler.

The New Cartoonist Is Here!

Creaza is happy to announce that the brand new version of our Cartoonist tool is finally available for all users! Cartoonist enables students and teachers to easily create fantastic cartoons.

It contains 25 different themes and several hundred different backgrounds, characters and props. You can read more about the different themes here:

The New Cartoonist

Creaza is very happy and proud to announce that a brand new version of our Cartoonist tool is right around the corner.

The new Cartoonist, which is fully HTML based, will provide users with all the possibilities that the current Cartoonist does: 

  • Choose from hundreds of Cartoonist activities
  • Add backgrounds, characters, props, effects, shapes and text 
  • Use your own images as backgrounds
  • Draw freehand
  • Record audio
  • Collaborate

The new version also includes several improvements and new features:

Learning a New Language in a Fun Way

During the fall of 2016, the eighth-graders at Sandbakken school had their first German lessons.