Revisiting Storybird for Interactive Storytelling

I’m going to be showing how to use Storybird to create picture book stories with some first and second grade teachers (and a classroom of students) next week, so I figured, I better get back over to the site and remember how it works. It works like a charm, of course, and is so easy — which is why I think it will be a good interactive use of technology for the lower grades.

I also rediscovered some stories that I created on Storybird, particularly during a Picture Book Challenge a few years ago. This one —Writing is An Adventure — got a lot of reads and nice comments.
Writing is An Adventure by dogtrax on Storybird

 

Peace (in the story and the bird),
Kevin

 

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  1. I love your story, Kevin, and I’m thinking of showing it to my writing students. It cracks me up that the students in the last slide have facial hair!

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