Session 4: Curriculum Applications: Storybird vs StoryJumper

During yesterday’s session we were introduced to two online storytelling tools-Storybird and StoryJumper. After a quick demonstration of both we were asked to work in small groups to create a classroom resource aimed at a particular Key Stage. My group chose to use StoryJumper to create a bright and colourful alphabet book for use with lower Key Stage One children. Once we got to grips with the tool it was really easy to use; we began by choosing appropriate images (of phonically regular words) to match each letter of the alphabet and placing them in the props sections of the tool. Continue reading Session 4: Curriculum Applications: Storybird vs StoryJumper