10 Replies Latest reply: Nov 2, 2011 8:20 PM by debbie.pender RSS

Have you created a story with Storybird?

christine Apprentice
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One of our members, sclareau, passed on a website recommended by her tech director: Storybird.com.

 

Storybird is a teacher- and kid-friendly collaborative storytelling site that allows you to choose from hundreds of lovely images and characters (graphics, watercolors, etc). I created an account and found I could quickly and easily browse story art, drag-and-drop the images, create a story with their beautiful pictures, and send it to friends. This is how they describe themselves (note: it's fine for one person too):

 

"We’re building Storybird in the open, collaborating with artists and  enthusiasts to produce fun, simple tools to make short, visual stories."

There's more on the informative Storybird FAQ page. Note that they suggest that families and kids age 3-13 may enjoy it most.

 

Have you tried it? What did you think?

 

Christine

Community Manager

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