Guest educator Rachelle Poth shares how she uses Storybird in her Spanish classroom.
High school English teacher Ashley Bible shares lesson ideas for using Storybird with older students.
Get to know the Queens of the Tweens, three middle school Language Arts teachers who are full of creative ideas to help you become a better writer.
Meet Sondra Hall, founder of Take My Word for It!, a creative writing program for kids.
Middle school can be hard. So this school counselor wrote a picture book to help.
A student writes a farewell to her favorite teacher and inspires a whole school.
Using Storybird, students in a New Zealand school jump three literacy levels in one year.
High school students write books for first graders, and offer hope to families with children battling leukemia.
The last two months of school can be the hardest of the year. Storybird will carry you through to the finish.
Wonderful things happen when you introduce students to Storybird.
March 4th is World Read Aloud Day. Celebrate with a Storybird/VoiceThread mashup!
Assignment: Create a Storybird picture book modeled on a Greek Tragedy.
Learn how educators are using Storybird Studio to incorporate Common Core standards for teaching non-fiction reading and writing in their classrooms.
The art of storytelling and the instant gratification of publishing a gorgeous book appeals to every age.
Guest educator Andrea Baerwald shares tips for integrating Storybird Studio into the classroom.
Guest educator and former K-6 principal Lyn Hilt shares a creative use for Storybird Studio in schools.
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