Once I'd registered, I followed instructions to access the site. There were a few steps involved, which impressed me re security, but I was even more impressed by the clarity of the instructions, and gained access just the way they said! I then had to sort out, with help from Toondude, that the admin space wasn't the same as the creation space, but soon I was creating merrily once more.
The Spaces site is well thought-out. Admins can remove clipart they consider inappropriate, register new users, customize the homepage. There are also some simple games kids can play - I liked Musica Memory, where I tested my skills in repeating a piano pattern (oops - think I need more practice!) Once all the administration side is set up, kids go through the ToonDoo Spaces space you have made, and proceed to create their cartoons or books, use tools like TraitR, DoodlR etc. Spaces work pretty much the same as the normal ToonDoo site, except there are more choices in the galleries. Best of all, there is no risk of exposure to inappropriate content.
I love ToonDoo and urge parents and teachers to check it out with their kids. If you want more details about how to use it than I have given, check out Russell Stannard's free Teacher Training Video about ToonDoo.
(Cartoon above made by Book Chook at ToonDoo Spaces)