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We want everyone to have as much fun with the Storyboard Creator as we do! Check out the wide array of storyboard tips, tricks, and ideas you can use in your classroom.
By Kristen Twomey
Character analyses are important for recognizing the depth and impact characters have on a story. Usually character analyses are a more in-depth assignment or short essay that require the student to think critically about one or more characters and make inferences from a careful reading of the text. It helps to have ways to visually organize the different parts of a character analysis with storyboards, graphic organizers or character analysis worksheets.
By Anna Warfield
"Okay everyone, I want you to put on your thinking caps and try to come up with ways to solve this problem!" Surely you have heard - or even said - something like that before. A "thinking cap" is an imaginary hat that supposedly helps you focus your thinking. What really focuses you is you, but using the thinking cap as a mindset can be very helpful.
By Emily Swartz
Anyone who knows me know I’m a planner. I like to plan my lunches for the week, where I’m going on my next vacation, and even what gifts I’m giving for birthdays/holidays, sometimes months in advance. Do you like to plan ahead too? You’re in luck! I’ve put together a calendar of Storyboard That’s Holiday lesson plans (all including student activities), so you can plan your lessons for all upcoming holidays...
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After your storyboard is created easily export it to high resolution storyboard cells, PDF or PowerPoint File.
- Add a storyboard into a larger presentation
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- Create a new presentation just as easily after edits