Kick Off the Year with Book Creator

New features!

  • Have students introduce themselves and share the books in a classroom library.
  • Have students collaborate on a classroom book. Be sure to include your own page for students to get to know you.
  • As a school, teachers contribute to a faculty book so that students and families can learn about each other.
  • Have students create a book to use as a digital portfolio or a journal that they can go through and evaluate their progress throughout the year.
  • Have students create a book to explain something through project-based learning or genius hour
  • Challenge students to retell a story in their own words with an alternate ending.
  • Prompt students to write a book based on a theme being learned in one of their classes like English or history.
  • Write a comic book

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Rachelle Dene Poth

Rachelle Dene Poth

I am a Spanish and STEAM Emerging Tech Teacher, Attorney, Author and Blogger, Learning Enthusiast and EdTech Consultant

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