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  • Wendy Briggs Flaherty

    You have to check this out your child can make their own story !!!! One of my favorite sites for digital storytelling. Lots of characters, backgrounds, objects and actions to choose from.

  • Theresa Cook

    My StoryMaker: Free Resource from Carnegie Library of Congress

  • Sue

    My StoryMaker to create stories.

  • FISD Facilitators

    My StoryMaker lets you control characters and objects - and creates sentences for you! Once you are done with your story, you can print it out.

  • Jonathan Pittman

    My StoryMaker is an awesome tool for students in elementary school to use to create their own stories. Many students can be more creative when they are able to convey their ideas accurately. Some kids are not good drawers and get discouraged. This tool allows them to stay focused and be as creative as possible.

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