Wednesday, August 14, 2013

7 Indispensable Apps for Creating Books with your Students

Today in this post, I am updating a list of iPad apps ideal for creating books with your students and which I have published a year ago. The list comprises some really practical apps every teacher intent on using iPads in classroom should consider trying them.


1- Book Writer
You can use it anywhere, including at work, school or home. With it, you can produce various kinds of books, such as photo books, video books, art books, fairy tales, cook books, PR books, manuals or PDF documents on your own.


2- Book Creator

The simple way to create your own beautiful iBooks, right on the iPad. Read them in iBooks, send them to your friends, or submit them to the iBookstore. Ideal for children’s picture books, photo books, art books, cook books, manuals, textbooks, and the list goes on.
3- Creative Book Builder
Creative Book Builder enables everyone to create, edit and publish ebooks in a few minutes on the go. All published ebooks can be read by any ePub reader including iBooks. Everyone is professional writer now!

4- Little Story maker
Little Story Maker offers a magical way to enjoy your personal pictures and stories with your child. The little ones will love to hear stories with pictures of people and places they are familiar with. Older kids, will love the stories and the ability to easily create stories all on their own.
5- Picturebook

Picturebook: School Edition includes over 250 illustrations in 12 complete picture sets and all available add-on features. No ads and no in-app purchases.

6- Writer's Studio
Anyone can Write! Writer's Studio gives you the tools you need to create amazing personal eBooks & presentations. Fill your work with Text, Art & Graphics. Set Timing and Layout page by page to perfect your Book, then Publish!

7- Scribble My Story
Scribble My Story is a junior version of the popular and award winning Scribble Press App, selected by Time Magazine as one of the 25 best apps of 2012 and widely in use in classrooms. Targeted at kids 3 to 7, Scribble My Story is a design collaboration between Fingerprint’s early learning experts alongside the Scribble Press team to deliver a wonderful, age appropriate creativity experience.

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