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Collaborative Storytelling with Storybird

Our innovation is reflected by the way we are skilled in story telling. As per psychologists the younger ones who play with words and pictures early in life tend to score higher in cognitive and aptitude tests later on. They read and draw more, and are better able to understand concepts and ideas,they become comfortable with the act of creation: turning nothing into something.

Stories are the currency of life, particularly in families. Parents entertain and educate their kids through stories. And kids contextualize and imagine the world through narrative. It’s how our brains work. For us, the goal was to design a service that made storytelling effortless.Story telling promotes imagination, literacy, and self-confidence. In an idea-based society, that’s a key advantage.

Storybird is also a simple publishing platform for writers and artists that allows them to experiment, publish their stories, and connect with their fans ot to simply connect kids and families. Two or more people create a Storybird in a round robin fashion by writing their own text and inserting pictures. They then have the option of sharing their Storybird privately or publicly on the network. The final product can be printed (soon), watched on screen, played with like a toy, or shared through a worldwide library.

It’s simple. Someone starts a Storybird by writing a few words or grabbing a few images. Then the other person takes a turn, adding more words and pictures. In as little as one or two turns they can finish and share a Storybird. It’s that easy. And they can do it sitting side-by-side or across the country from each other.

As per Storybird Blog Old routines like reading a book together or playing a board game have become increasingly rare and new routines, particularly online, haven’t caught up. There are grown-up services and kid services—but no service actually connects both groups. That’s where Storybird comes in. We use collaborative storytelling to connect kids with their families.

Making, sharing, and reading Storybirds online is free of cost. We sincerely wish that this idea takes off smoothly. All the Best StoryBird…

One more similar service to create stories online is Whrrl

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