Create your own short stories, scrapbooks, albums and more! Giving our children with special needs a voice, is one of the most important things we can do. To equip them with the means to tell their story, to communicate and share ideas, and to express their needs and wants is critical to their self-actualization. Storybook Maker is a useful tool in achieving this goal.
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External links to share completed works
Recently reviewed by Kelli at Smart Apps For Kids and given 5 stars (that makes it a top pick!), here is what she had to say about it:
"Bottom line: A splendid app that allows kids of all ages to make their own storybooks that they can share easily. I don’t have enough words to describe all of the possibilities."
Storybook Maker can be used to design, create and share:
1. Short Stories
2. Picture Books
3. Photo Collages
5. Vacation Albums
Storybook Maker is an amazing app for children to express their creativity. With Storybook Maker you can make a book and share it with friends! The app comes equipped with all the tools needed to create incredible and exciting stories!
Each page can have it’s own custom layout and include text, drawings, audio photos and stickers. You can even include physics objects such as a ball or car to make your book even more interactive!
Each Page can be fully customized to include:
1. Custom Recorded Audio
2. Backgrounds and Borders
3. Paintings from our intuitive paint tools
4. Text including many fonts and type options
5. Sticker Objects from a massive built in library (NO IN APP PURCHASES NECESSARY!)
6. Photos from your Photo Album
Your books can be shared in 3 different ways:
1. Publish your book as a PDF Document and email to anyone
2. Publish your book as a Multi-Media book and share with a friend
3. Publish your book to our Public Library to share with all users of Storybook Maker around the world!
Storybook Maker is an excellent tool to encourage writing and story creation.
Cas struggles to come up with original stories, and so she tends to embellish well known ones instead.