- An alternative to Google Slides.
- Easy registration.
- Create a link to view, share, or post in Classroom or Schoology
- Different formats engage viewers.
- Creative outlet for students that doesn't require artistic ability.
- Saves on their server so there's no file to save, no conversion problems.
- Includes foreign language characters.
StoryboardThat enables you to create storyboards, comics, and graphic organizers with its award-winning, browser-based Storyboard Creator. They offer a customizable art library that features drag and drop characters, scenes, and props and users can select from many different layouts.
Step One: Register. Go to StoryboardThat and click on Login. Then click on Register. Click in the box that states "I have read..." and click on the red Google button.
Step Two: Get Started. Click on Create a Storyboard. Choose your Layout (title and description) and Add Cells if desired (up to 3X2).
Step Three: Use the Editor:The default editor is for Scenes. Drag and drop backgrounds. You can Edit Scene to alter it. Then pick your characters (resize or change outfit). You can search for items and add them. Then click on Textables to add thought or speech bubbles.
Step Four: Save and Share. Click on Save and enter a title for your Storyboard. Save often. Note: Autosave is ONLY for paid accounts. If you close the window before you save it, it will disappear. You can create two Storyboards per week with the free account. To work on it later, click on My Storyboards. To get a link to post to Classroom or Schoology, click on View Details at the bottom of the StoryBoard. This is the link to copy and paste. You can also show it as a slide show, embed into other sites, download, or print it.
For Vocational Teachers: Use StoryboardThat to address Vocational Frameworks for Strand 4.
Lesson Plan Ideas:
Lesson Plan ideas: