StoryBuilder Storytelling App Featured by Common Sense Media

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Very exciting news.  Our StoryBuilder storytelling app was just featured by Common Sense Media in their Digital Fun for Creative Kids guide.

This is a really cool guide.  They break things down into five categories.  They have creating art, storytelling, coding, creating media and building. They have the top 3-9 apps in each category.  There are some amazing things in this guide, check out the whole thing!!

It is wonderful that one of our apps was considered worthy of such a publication.

Story Builder was designed to help children learn how to create their own stories. Students are presented an image and asked a series of questions to help them create a cohesive storyline.  They can record their story in their own voice. At the end of the process, the student recordings are interwoven into a single narrative.  The students can hear themselves tell a story. Not only is this incredibly motivating for the students, but it teaches them the basics of narrative building in a way they can rapidly understand.

Three levels of play help students improve paragraph formation and higher level abstractions by inference. Extensive use of audio clips promotes improved auditory processing for special needs children with autism spectrum disorders or sensory processing disorders. With over 50 storylines and over 500 audio clips, StoryBuilder offers a rich experience that kids won’t tire from!

StoryBuilder is a part of Mobile Education Store’s award winning “Builder Series” of education apps.  Mobile Education Store has won over 50 app awards and has been named Education App Developer of the Year in 2011 and 2012.

To find out more about StoryBuilder and our other speech therapy apps, tap on the icon below!

StoryBuilder storytelling app