Little Bird Tales
Capture your child's voice and imagination with our creative story building tool and share them with friends and family.
- Encourages creativity and self expression
- Helps reinforce reading and writing skills
- A GREEN alternative to books
- NO ads, NO merchandising, NO external links
- Made with kids in mind!
- It's Fun and it's FREE for everyone!
Step 1: Create or upload your artwork to each page.
Step 2: Record your voice and add text to each page.
Step 3: Email friends and family your finished book.
|Little Bird Tales||Free||Free to create and listen to stories.|
|Downloadable MP4s||$0.99||All tales are available for purchase in a downloadable MP4 file.|
|Little Birds Tale app||$2.99||Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.|
I was introduced to this by our Learning Support teacher. She has used this program for years to help struggling writers get their thoughts down. Students take photos or find images that show what they would like to write in their story or say in their presentation and then record or type out their book and save it to their account. They can then work on their book at home or school using both the web or app version. Concerns None! Sample Uses Check out their website for some…
Little Bird Tales now also offers the ability to create interactive lessons using the instructors voice, images and text and for the student to respond in kind. This is ideal for language learning, poetry, and for students who are not able to read or write yet.
They also offer pre built common core lessons for grades K-6 that cover foundatonal skills, language, literature, science, history and even math! These are available for Premium Teacher and Premium Family accounts.
The APP IS NOW FREE for everyone and has the added bonus of being able to not just create stories and reports, journals, etc, but to complete lessons assigned by teachers and to turn them in from your iPad. Free teacher accounts with up to 100 students available and recommended!
Little Bird Tales is a great site for creating a digital story. You can upload pictures or draw your own then record your story. Stories can be published online to share with a global audience. Teachers can create an account then set up student accounts. By doing this, they also have the ability to review student work and control when and if stories are published publicly.