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Tools for Digital Storytelling
Don’t miss these digital storytelling tools for all ages, many of which offer additional audio, video, and virtual painting features. Read all about the resources and find the perfect tool to engage your students in digital writing!
Engage young students in digital writing using the many tools on this site, including spray paint, drawing, and stickers. Be sure to watch the tutorial for a complete overview of the features. When finished, save or print your story.
Imagine Forest offers tools to create and publish stories from anywhere. Create your free account and begin writing right away by uploading an image or finding inspiration by exploring the site. Find writing challenges by clicking Activities.
Convert PDFs to flipbook magazines, brochures, and other stories for free and without watermarks. Customize your creation by choosing a page-turning effect, changing the text's look, adding interactive videos, and more.
Create and share professional-looking videos made using the prompts and story templates, or create your from scratch. Add videos, slides, text, music, and more to your video. Change backgrounds, colors, and themes. Share via URL when finished.
Design professional-looking front pages for a newspaper by filling in the pertinent information (headline, date, place, etc.) and adding an image. Share via URL, Twitter, or by downloading to your computer. Use the available samples for inspiration.
Discover this tool to create and share beautiful digital content. After registering for a free account, follow the prompts to choose a document type from the available templates. Short tutorials along the way help guide you through the features.
Make your storytelling come to life by using a map or pictures to tell a story. A story map is a sequence of slides for a location or image that includes a heading, text, and even images and embedded video. You can also sync your creation to Google Drive.
Try your hand at this fantastic tool that shares short interactive stories that require your students to read and follow directions, solve mysteries, think creatively, solve problems, and write their own stories as they bring a stick figure to life.
Looking for even more resources to create digital stories? Check out this curated collection of TeachersFirst's best-reviewed resources related to digital writing. All reviews include grade level, a description, and classroom use ideas.
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