Are you looking for student publishing apps, tools, and resources that you can use in the classroom? If so, we have you covered. Check out our list below. Let us know if there are any that we missed.
Chogger Comic Creator– Create your own comics from scratch using this simple app. Comics created by other users are available for reading and rating purposes. Comics can be published anonymously or under a pseudonym. You can edit the landscape of your creation by selecting an on-screen option.
Hopscotch: Learn to Code, Make Your Own Game– With Hopscotch, your child will learn how to code stories, games, art, and whatever they want with child-friendly programming; they can publish their creations to a fully moderated community using Hopscotch. They can also learn and explore millions of projects developed by other children and play or make them better. Thousands of games are created and published every week, providing you with all the ideas you need for inspiration.
Storybird– An online writing platform that allows students at any level to find inspiration, write, read other’s writing, and receive feedback. Storybird has thousands of images to prompt students’ creativity and get them writing poems, long-form stories, short 500-word “flash fiction,” comics, and even picture books. With hundreds of writing prompts, lessons, video tutorials, and quizzes, teachers can assign work in class or use Storybird for homework or classroom extension projects.
Scribble Press– Scribble Press helps students to share the work that they have accomplished with others while reflecting on their proficiency. It permits students to write and illustrate their books, narrate the story of their challenge-based experience, and reflect on moments of personal development.