5 of The Best Digital Storytelling Apps for Kids

Storytelling Apps for Kids

Storytelling is a big part of our lives! Children and adults alike love to read stories, watch movies, and listen to stories told on a podcast. What if there were apps to help you learn how to tell stories? All you need is the right app! Here are 5 apps that you can use to learn and practice storytelling.

When your child is just starting to write stories, they might have a hard time understanding the different parts of a story. That is why some of these apps are great for the beginning writers.

9. March 2016
In today’s selection, we’ll introduce you to some really good digital storytelling apps that you can use with children and young learners. They are particularly suitable for the development of children’s literacy. You can have the children work in pairs or alone on creative projects that involve writing personal stories (imaginary or real). The apps offer them some interesting features to make their stories engaging and informative. They can record their own voice for narration and use images, characters, photos and backgrounds to bring their stories to life. And when they finish their work, they can easily share it with the whole class and get feedback from their peers.


1- Tellagami

Tellagami is a great app for students to create and share stories. The game is an animated video that you can create in three easy steps: Students first choose the characters and plot for their story, then record their voice or type a message for their character to say. Once Gamy is finished, it can be shared via social media, text or email.

2- Sock puppets

Sock Puppets lets you create your own lip-sync videos and share them on Facebook and YouTube. Add puppets, props, scenery and backgrounds and start creating. Press the record button and the puppets will automatically adjust to your voice.

30hands Mobile relies on the power of storytelling and ITERATIVE CREATIVITY(TM). Drag and drop photos, images or video clips from your desktop in the order of the story. Then record the sound with each image. With the ease of editing, students can take their video to the next level and create a higher quality final video, whether it’s created by the student or the teacher. Finally, the presentation can be published on Camera Roll or uploaded to the 30hands Cloud site for collaborative learning.

4- Toontastic

Toontastic is a creative storytelling app that allows kids to draw, animate and share their own cartoons with friends and family around the world. …Creating a Toontastic cartoon is as easy as putting on a puppet show – just press the record button, move the characters around the screen and tell your story. Toontastic records your animation and voice as an animated video that you can share with your friends and family.

5- Puppet Pals HD

Create your own unique shows with real-time animation and sound! Just select the actors and scenery, drag them to the stage and click the record button. Your movements and sounds are recorded in real time and can be played back later.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are digital storytelling apps?

Digital storytelling apps are software that allows users to create and share stories. They can be used for a variety of purposes, including personal reflection, creative expression, and education.

Which app is used for making digital story?

The app used for making digital story is called Storyboard.

What are the 7 elements of digital storytelling?

1. Narrative 2. Visuals 3. Audio 4. Interactive elements 5. Social media 6. Data and analytics 7. Storytelling 1. Narrative 2. Visuals 3. Audio 4. Interactive elements 5. Social media 6. Data and analytics 7. Storytelling

 

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