For June 2017, we ask you to imagine Dads Secret Superpower
Mother's Day is a celebration honoring the mother of the family, as well as motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers. In honor of moms everywhere, the May Challenge featured: Lessons from Mom
This month's theme is "lessons from Mom"
LOL! For the April (Poetry month) we asked you to write a rhyming poem and make us laugh.
April is Poetry month, so this month, we're focused on rhyming poetry: Make people laugh with your silly, cheesy, or sincere rhyming poem.
Here's a roundup of the best poetry we read for the March Challenge: Conflict!
The Battle of Helms Deep is a story within a story. Here’s how to understand its dramatic arc.
Conflict. Anger. Tears. These are the themes of this month’s Storybird Challenge—a reversal from February and all that love and happiness.
Here's a roundup of the best stories we read for the February Challenge: Star-Crossed.
"Star-crossed" - Two people couldn't be more different. But somehow, they have found each other. And only by working together can they save themselves and everyone they love.
They told you to get out. What did you do next?
Here's a roundup of the best stories we read for the December Challenge: The text that made my New Year's Eve.
At home? School? On a bus? On a couch? With pen and paper or your phone? Where is your go-to place?
Will 2017 be awful or awesome? Turns out it's up to you.
'Tis the season to be jolly. And download free film scripts.
Nicholas Keith gets kids creating and publishing their own books in about 30 minutes with Storybird for Google Chrome.
Nicholas Keith, an Blended Learning Specialist in Lancaster, TX shares how to get kids imaginations going in his blog post. Keith notes “Storybird truly gets imaginations going. Essentially, it’s a way for students to create their own book and publish it online. Storybird lets students choose the set of artwork they like, then write their story based on the images.”
Your inspiration for this month is just this simple phrase: The text that made my New Year's Eve.
Here's a roundup of the best flash fiction we read in November.
Is a picture worth a thousand words?
Turn up the music, turn down the drama! Read the featured poems from October's Storybird Scribes challenge.
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