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Transcript of Storybird
Visual storytelling for everyone.
by starting with the image
Storybird reverses visual storytelling
and "unlocking" the story inside.
Kids can't add their own art to stories, which may limit creativity.
1. Contains multiple pictures and topics for stories.
2. Easy to use.
3. Can be used for multiple subjects
to read and write
Inspire students to
better, more often.
Students can share and comment on each others work. This can bolster confidence and skills within a private and safe environment.
Stories can be embedded on blogs, shared via email, downloaded, printed, and can even turn into a class fundraiser!
These one-of-a-kind illustrations inspire students to write. The more they write, the more they read.
Students can focus on writing as a result and this helps the teacher focus more on teaching.
Easily raise hundreds of
Creating a fundraiser on Storybird...
It's a free fundraising tool!!
Storybird for schools?
dollars for a class or
school with the
one-click fundraising tool!
They're fast and easy.
Gives the teacher control
Storybird allows anyone to make their visual story fast, easy, and enjoyable. A platform for writers, readers, and artists of all ages. Storybird turns images into fresh stories making this one of the World's largest storytelling community. This web 2.0 started as a collaborative storytelling service to connect kids and families.
A great experience and it is amusing with stuff about digital culture, design, media, and publishing.
Focusing on animals they have learned about.
Life in different cultures.
How can I use this in the classroom?
there are so many
to implement Storybird in the classroom!
Create an account.
Once you create an account, sign in.
When you want to start your Storybird, click on create.
Drag pictures onto your page and arrange them any way you wish.
Add pages by clicking on the add page button and continue creating your Storybird!!
Begin writing on the space provided.
Fill in the information requested about the story. Pay close attention to this section and select the appropriate responses then click Publish.
It's as easy as that!
The fun starts when you go to
Links about using the tool in
Created by Morgan Genet and Savannah Robertson