Web 2.0 Digital Storytelling Tools


Group conversations around images, documents and videos. 

ReadWriteThink FlipBook Maker - provides a template for students to use to create and print a ten page flip book. Students can use the flip book maker to design pages that contain various combinations of text and images. The flip book maker provides drawing tools that students can use to create original drawings to illustrate their stories.

Keerpoof - Kerpoof, created by Disney, is all about having fun, discovering things, and being creative. Make artwork, an animated movie, a printed card, a drawing, a t-shirt, or a mug, earn Koins and even tell a story.



Simply put, a Glog is a kind of poster - fully designed by yourself! Glog is a fancy creation from text, images, music and video.

Flixtime - turns your photos and videos into stunning and unique videos in just minutes. Sign-up for a free account, and upload your images, videos and music.

Blabberize is a rudimentary way to create parodies of people creating an elementary "animation" of a moving mouth. You add an image, record your voice, and save your creation...simple.

Yodio - Students can upload pictures and use a phone to add audio to the posted pictures to create a digital story.

Moglue is a new program, available for Mac and Windows, that enables you to create interactive ebooks and publish them to Android and iOS devices.

Go Animate - An easy-to-use animation tool for teachers / students to creatively complete an alternative project assessment or presentation.

Be Funky - Turn your photos into incredible artwork with one click. It's Free. No registration required.

Storybird -  Storybirds are short, visual stories that you make with family and friends to share and (soon) print.

Google Earth - History Tours is a collaborative website that gives teachers access to pre-made Google Earth tours on various topics in American and World history. These tours provide an excellent backdrop for visual learning. They allow students to view people and places of historical importance while the teacher presents essential background knowledge.

Google Lit Trips - A Different Way to Read Great Literature! This site is an experiment in teaching great literature in a very different way. Using Google Earth, students discover where in the world the greatest road trip stories of all time took place... and so much more!

Zooburst - a digital storytelling tool that is designed to let anyone easily create their own customized 3D pop-up books. Click on some of the pictures below to check out books created by members of the ZooBurst community.

Wordle - Beautiful Word Clouds

Tagxedo - Word Cloud with Styles

My Brain Shark
a free website that enables anyone to very easily create, narrate, share and track on-demand multi-media presentations.

National Archives Experience: Digital Vaults - create a poster, a movie, or create your own pathway challenge.

Resources for Digital Storytelling

Subpages (1): VoiceThread