I love when the GCISD LEAD with Technology blog gives me a new app to try out with my class! At the beginning of March, Amy Phillips tweeted about the new and improved Scribble Press Deluxe. It DOES cost $4.99 unless you are a GCISD teacher. But I would purchase this app even if it wasn't free for us.
Here's why I like Scribble Press Deluxe:
- Allows students to create customized covers for their digital books.
- Students can add their own pictures or photos to each page.
- Some students even created pages on the Pic Collage app and then added to their Pic Collage photos to their Scribble Press pages.
- The Scribble Press book saves to camera roll as a video or picture.
- Students can add voice to each page.
- Students can also add music.
- Students can draw their own illustrations.
Here are some photos of my students using the Scribble Press Deluxe app to create nonfiction books about ladybugs:
Using @blendspace @scribblepress & Pebble Go by @CapstonePub to research ladybugs & create our own books! #theoctway pic.twitter.com/C4g6rHORk1— Ms. Read's Class (@OCTRead) March 29, 2016
Here are some photos of my students using the Scribble Press Deluxe app to create nonfiction books about famous Americans:
Trying out @scribblepress today for the 1st time. Thanks @amypintx for sharing. #theoctway #GCISDHumanities pic.twitter.com/SJT5dvC7mr— Ms. Read's Class (@OCTRead) March 11, 2016
This app really is FANTASTIC and offers tons of ways for students to be even more creative when creating their own books. I highly recommend trying this app out with your students!