This app is aimed at helping young children discover a love of writing through creating stories with pictures and then sharing them with others. Users can create their story based on images already loaded onto the app or completely design their own utilising the device’s camera.
From the Developer
Good writing begins with a great idea! Scribeasy supports children and educators through creating the thinking space for ideas before a story; it stimulates discovery and ideation.
Scribeasy has a 5 star educational rating for Ages:
Primary School Apps (5-7 Years)
Primary School Apps (7-11 Years)
with Learning Outcomes:
The workflow inspires and channels the imagination using image juxtaposition; the thesaurus encourages both word and story direction and invention. The outcome allows a child to 'own' an idea, so learning to write can hold more personal relevance and make the task of actually starting easier. Creative flow, a plan, and an enriched story idea can be achieved.
The beauty of Scribeasy is it has something for everyone. It appeals quickly to many types of children, and across the different learning styles, ages, and abilities. Subscribe at Scribeasy.com and we can share our free creative lessons.
Scribeasy excites the imagination and can build curiosity so making a story is fun. Each story pack has unique settings, historical and contemporary characters; objects that are unusual and every day. The art-packs can be mixed and matched, like a visual museum so that on and offline discovery is at the fingertips anywhere.
Scribeasy is highly versatile in how it can support teaching and the practice of writing standards and it also enables a writing experience that can be more relevant and meaningful to each child.
The interactive picture making engages a child's thinking with scale and perspective which in turn can inform the writing.
A child can hear the spellings of the words (places, objects, characters). The story playback will reinforce the pause in punctuation and sentence structure.
There are two keyboards standard or a lower and upper case created with a Dyslexia font for younger years.
The save and edit features encourages a return to the story to review and improve.
Scribeasy is ideal for printing out, emailing and storyboarding.
When on- line, a child can choose to share their work and a moderated version will appear on the shared community page.
Early learners can create stories with simpler nouns and phonic word groups like Hat, Cat; Hand, and if you want to make it personal, just upload any of your photos to become a background.
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