Create your own Story Book

Build your own story book

Find out why I'm here to help you write your story! It will help your child explore the world of fantasy and create his or her own story! Create your own Ideabook with Arne & Carlos. You can help your kids create their own Story Power bookbox where they can store their favorite books and stories. New book ********* Print on.

StoryKit in the App Store

Make an online picture book. Use the small spaces in your everyday lives - on the couch after a meal, in the back of your vehicle or on the trains - to do something ingenious. In order to build your story: Draw on the monitor, take a picture of something you see, or draw on a piece of cardboard and then take a picture of the piece of art or attach photographs from your photojournal.

Tones can be captured to tell your storyline or as soundeffects. Customize the items in your storyline (text fields, pictures, and audio clips) by drag and drop or sizing them. Adds, rearranges, or deletes pages from your books. We' ll always save your history on your iPhone.

Keep it with you and work on it at all times. Download your storyline to the StoryKit web site and send an e-mail with a short description of the game. Tales are personal. It contains four publicly accessible children's textbooks that you can re-write and transform into your own new storyline.

This is a scan of the originally hardcover textbooks that have been especially prepared for use on the iPhone. Or begin with an empty volume and make up the history that goes through your mind. Please feel free to contact us at storykit@childrenslibrary.org. To enhance StoryKit, the program submits us user information anonymously. Your user information does not contain any personally identifiable information or contents from your history.

But when you post a story on our website, we can look at it to see how StoryKit is being used and to see what types of functionality should be added in the near term. Your submissions will not be shared with third parties outside our research group without your explicit consent.

Developed by scientists at the Human-Computer Interaction Lab at the University of Maryland, StoryKit explores how child computing is a way to work with their families in creativity and education. Contrary to writing on the iPhone, the concept is that by writing a story on the iPhone, you can find free space to work on these things anywhere, whenever you want.

Once you're done, you can take it in your bag, show it to your loved ones you see in your everyday lives, or ship it to remote locations online.

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