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Writing

vocabularyUpdated 6-9-16

Comics

  1. Friendstrip
  2. MakeBeliefsComix
  3. Pixton.com
  4. ToonDoo

Drawing-Writing

  1. 2Create a Story–text, illustration, sound even
  2. Kidslate–draw a picture; write
  3. StoryKit–write some text; illustrate; add sound

Greeting cards

  1. American Greeting Cards
  2. Buncee
  3. Canva
  4. Pic-Collage
  5. PicMonkey
  6. Storyboard That!

Lesson Plans

  1. Blogs in the Classroom
  2. Bundle of Writing-focused lesson plans
  3. Common Core and Writing
  4. Digital Book Reports
  5. Digital Quick Stories
  6. Digital Quick Writes
  7. Write an Ebook

Outlines

  1. The Google Docs app
  2. MS Word app
  3. Quicklyst  – quick notes and list on iPads
  4. OmniOutliner –for iPads and online

Storytelling

  1. Adobe Spark Video–digital stories that
  2. My Storybook Maker–6-8 year olds with great drawing tools, stamps, voice recording, text and sharing capabilities
  3. Sway–storytelling any type of event including text, images, and more. Part of MS Office
  4. 30Hands–storytelling app with audio, text, pictures

Vocabulary

  1. Futaba–fantastic multiplayer game AND a fun way to help children learn new words
  2. Sight Words–Help Your Child Learn to Read

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  1. Fotobabble
  2. Google Docs–free app that provides limited access to Google Docs functions
  3. MS Word iPad app–free; create new docs and/or edit one downloaded from online storage
  4. Write About This–writing prompts for students

Write an ebook

  1. StoryKit–Create an electronic storybook.

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