This has been cross-posted from Storyteller.
Thanks to Judith @brightideasblog for the Storybird tip.
Storybird is a very easy way of creating an e-story using picture sets shared by various artists. It’s easy and it’s cool.
This would be an enjoyable writing exercise in the English, LOTE or ESL classroom.
Once you have an account, you can browse existing stories or just click createand write your own.
I whipped one up in a matter of minutes (so it’s not great) but it looks good! You can read my story here. Once you choose an artist, you just drag the pictures you like onto your page, then keep creating (or deleting) pages until you’ve finished.
You can write your own story or collaborate with a friend.
If you scroll down this page, you can search images by theme.
I like the way you can use somebody’s shared art. The artist I chose is Dwell Deep (Sam) and you can read a little about her here. She has a website and a blog. It’s a good feeling to have created a story in collaboration with an artist.