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23 Jan 13

"Yesterday I worked with a librarian who is going to help 4th and 5th grade students next week record “narrated slideshows” to practice their oral communication skills telling stories with “story cards” from different perspectives. (1st person singular, 1st person plural, 2nd person, 3rd person singular, etc.) This is an excellent Common Core-aligned language project. She helped me record a 4.5 minute video tutorial about this, in which I show the steps for creating a narrated slideshow using the free iPad app “ShowMe.” "

15 Jan 11

Set in the early years of the 21st century, Inanimate Alice tells the story of Alice and her imaginary digital friend Brad.

In episode one, Alice is living with her parents in a remote region of Northern China. Over the course of the remaining
episodes, each a self-contained adventure, we see her develop into a talented animator and designer with the biggest
games company in the world.

Through text, sound, images, music and games, the story of Alice becomes increasingly interactive and game-like,
reflecting Alice's own developing skills as a game designer and animator.

31 Aug 10

"Storybirds are short, visual
stories that you make with
family and friends to share
and (soon) print."

25 May 09

This site is designed for kids and their parents to encourage creativity, reading and to really let your imagination soar. Our mission is to encourage kids to learn, be creative, be active, and to help parents by providing worksheets, tools, and articles that promote positive values and healthy living.

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