Storytelling expands vocabulary, strengthens self-confidence, stimulates creativity, boosts memory, helps kids overcome the fear of speaking in public, develops analytical thinking skills and... Storytelling is fun!
Colorful cartoon characters prompt kids to let their imaginations soar. Audio fun facts give kids fodder to embellish their stories with cartoon voices, wacky sound effects and imaginative descriptions.
Story Bee can be combined with daily lessons in language arts, history and STEM to engage students and synthesize a variety of subjects.
Satisfies common core standards in Writing, Listening, Speaking and Language.
An excellent tool for ESL students. Storytelling is a fantastic way for students to explore a new language.
Developed in collaboration with teachers and speech therapists to help kids express themselves in a fun, positive way.
FREE VERSION FEATURES
4 Characters with fun facts
4 Things with fun facts
4 Settings with fun facts
4 Elements with fun facts
Available on iPhone and iPad
Links to video tutorials about storytelling
Upgrade to 25 Characters, Things, Settings and Elements for millions of story combinations.
“Story Bee is a good confidence booster.” Sloane F. - 5th Grader
“The different story items allow crazy combinations for people to use their imagination.” David M. - 3rd Grader
“My students LOVE Story Bee. The app aligns with writing, speaking and language standards and motivates them to create engaging stories.” 3rd Grade Teacher, Pacific Palisades, CA
“Story Bee gives students an opportunity to showcase their creativity and storytelling genius.” Middle School Teacher, Pasadena, CA
“Story Bee provides the perfect opportunity for my students to embrace creativity.” 5th Grade Teacher, Pasadena, CA
“Storytelling strengthens and enhances skills that children need to function in today’s world.” The Youth, Educators, and Storytellers Alliance
“Storytelling is a way to motivate even the most reluctant reader or writer.” Miller & Penny
“Students who have trouble in reading or writing are often masterful at storytelling. The oral tale can be the path by which they reach the written one.” National Council of Teachers
“It’s difficult to be successful if you’re not a good communicator and communication is, at its most basic level, the ability to tell a story well.” Hamilton & Weiss