Tuesday, February 21, 2012

StoryJumper is a Web 2.0 tool that allows kids and parents to write and illustrate children’s stories easily.  From the home section of the website, the user needs to click “create” and there is a template that guides the user in creating the entire book.  The user can save their children’s book on the site by creating a free account.  Users can also view other books that have been written and saved.
StoryJumper also has story starters that students and adults can finish to create their own stories.  The site seems like an easy Web 2.0 tool.  I’m going to try it out and I will make a post in a few days to report how it goes.  Below is a tutorial from YouTube on StoryJumper.

1 comment:

  1. WOW! That sounds really cool! I'm sure you could use that in all disciplines. For example, a lot of my kids for a unit project I had them do wrote stories, but it would have been cool for them to of been organized an displayed on the web! Way cool! I'm adding this to my delicious!