6 Interactive Storytelling Apps For Younger Students – Edudemic


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By Kati Lapi

 

“Getting younger students to tell stories can promote a variety of different language arts skills in a way that is a lot more fun than doing grammar drills. From learning the parts of speech and sentence and paragraph structure  to vocabulary, there is a lot of hidden teaching material in storytelling, which interactive storytelling apps can enhance.

Since we all know that kids LOVE to tell stories (check out this blog post by a teacher who had to limit how many stories each student could tell per day), there is a lot of potential in this activity. Bringing in digital tools can make the process even more robust. Check out the web tools and apps that we’ve explored below for a few options that might be useful in your classroom.”

Jim Harmon‘s insight:

And this holds true for struggling readers below grade level…

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