Celebrate Poetry Month with Storybird!
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High school English teacher Ashley Bible shares lesson ideas for using Storybird with older students.
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Phil Amara, author, educator and artist uses "The Boba Fett Principle" to explain why Storybird's visual approach to Storytelling works.
A student writes a farewell to her favorite teacher and inspires a whole school.
Don't let writer's block get the best of you. Dip into your idea jar!
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.
As the school year draws to a close, we take a look at the tremendous achievements of students and educators on Storybird.
Download and print an inspirational poster for poetry month—and beyond!
Proof that librarians are real-life superheroes.
The last two months of school can be the hardest of the year. Storybird will carry you through to the finish.
April is National Poetry Month. Here are 12 ways to use visual poetry in your classroom.
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