Are you looking for digital storytelling creation 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.
30hands– 30hands is a dynamic app that allows anyone with an imagination to tell their story by piecing together images, photos, drawings, and videos from their device. The app can help users explore the creative process of storytelling and innovation. Users can purchase some added functions to enhance the free version; these features are already included in the app’s pro version.
LumieLabs – is Britannica’s K-12 digital storytelling and video-creation platform that shapes a new future for classroom learning. LumieLabs combines curriculum-relevant, project-based video lessons with millions of royalty-free, rights-cleared, fair-use multimedia clips and thousands of audio clips from best-in-class producers and artists for professional-quality content creation. It is the only video product on the market specifically designed to meet K-12 learning objectives, allowing students to become media-savvy creators. LumieLabs allows students to create stories, share them, and engage with their peers’ videos in a safe, controlled environment.
Flowboard– This storytelling and presentation app lets you make side-scrolling publications with photo galleries, text, links, and videos to be shared or used in your presentations. Flowboard allows you to do this right from your phone, iPad, or another device. It’s really entertaining, full of fun, and stylish. You can easily create a picture story or any story by dragging and dropping videos and pictures. You can also enter text and create links for navigation; this app also connects Google Image Search and Cloud Content to all your videos and photos.
Photopeach– This is an online storytelling platform that allows you to use photos, words, and music to produce a slideshow. PhotoPeach enables you to create beautiful slideshows in a few seconds to share with your family and friends. You can add captions and comments to explain your stories further.
Tiggly Stamp Storytelling-Tiggly Stamp Storytelling lets children create seasonally themed scenes using shapes, and then tell stories based on the scenes they created using the tablet’s audio and video recording capabilities. It is designed to develop language, creativity, motor skills, and shape recognition.
Tell About This – Tell About This is an e-learning platform in which kids tell their story after looking at many photos. The photos are often separated into different categories, including family, culture, people, and fun. To tell their stories, kids look at a photo and learn more about it; then, they tap “tell about” to record their observations. For convenience, this recording can be paused, saved, or played after the recording is finished. The app allows the teacher to create unique prompts to educate their students on core concepts.