Are you looking for digital storybook apps, tools, and resources that you can use with your students? If so, we have you covered. Check out our list below. Let us know if there are any that we missed.
Story Creator – With Story Creator, creating stories is fun and simple. Students can create storybooks with photos, video, text, and audio. The app supports text highlights, which makes reading completed stories easy for even beginning readers. Stories are easy to share or email to parents and friends. With Story Creator, students can document field trips, science experiments, sports games, and more!
Construct 3 – Construct is a 2-D game engine, which can be used to create games such as RPGs, puzzles, platformers, shooters, and racing games or storybooks. Construct 3 has a Box2D engine, which can be used to create physics-based games. Construct three is compatible with virtually all web devices, including Chrome and Android. When using this tool to create a game, users can add background and objects, and they can edit objects to function in the game.
StoryJumper – This platform helps to aid creativity among students. On the website, students can create and publish their stories. Regardless of the kids’ skill and level of creativity as a writer, the website has an outlet for them to make use of all their bottled-up imagination. They have opportunities to get better at writing as they work on this website; they can also manipulate images and add images to their stories. The app also has special features and functions for teachers.