Sunday, June 6, 2010
Here's a new site I just found this morning thanks to @skipz on Twitter. Carnegie Mellon Library has put together a wonderful story maker for students. It is complete with characters, settings, actions, emotions, and scenery. It starts writing the story but asks students questions to help them expand the sentences. This looks like something kids would love to use and a great way to work on their writing.
Students may preview their story, print it or publish it to the Carnegie Mellon Library website. I don't see a way to embed it in a blog but I'll keep looking for that and let you know when I find it.