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Finding great resources to use with your kids can be hard. We've put together a list of some of our favorites that can help make homeschooling a breeze and give you some great ideas on how to use Storyboard That in your lessons! You can also view all of our teacher resources for activities for any subject!

Graphic Orgainzer Lesson Plans

Creating Worksheets For Your Kids with Storyboard That

by Jenny Silverstone

If you’re a parent, teacher, or homeschooler, Storyboard That, an online tool for making storyboards, comics, and other visual aids, might be just the educational tool you’re looking for. It has templates, text bubbles, and all the other items you’ll need to effectively communicate with the children in your life. It allows you to create beautiful and educational worksheets faster, and more effectively than ever before. Let’s find out how!
Homeschooling with Storyboard That

Take Storyboard That Offline

One of the best features to take advantage of is our larger layouts, namely the handout and poster sizes. While these sizes give kids the ability to create posters, graphic organizers, and larger scale stories, they also come in handy for offline projects.
Training Chart Lesson Plans

The Importance of Routine Charts for Kids

By Shari Kurtzman

You and your family (or classroom) could benefit from a routine chart! It’s an easy, interactive way to track your day, make transitions easier for everyone, and increase productivity. Routines are often thought of as chores – things that have to get done in the day such as grocery shopping, meal time, etc. But it doesn’t have to be something to dread! Routines can also be fun and help with those challenging times, like going to the post office or bed time.
Introduction to Social Stories

Introduction to Social Stories

By Sherry Pardy, Natasha Lupiani, and Anna Warfield

Four-year-old Sarah loved school and wanted so badly to ride the bus to kindergarten. That summer, in anticipation of school starting, she would excitedly ask about taking the bus to school. The first day of school arrived, as did the bus, right on time. Sarah froze with fear on her front steps, unprepared for the loud noise of the engine, the flashing lights, and how to engage the kids already on the bus.

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