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- Families can talk about how different formats help tell stories. Can your child identify the difference between stories that are verbally told, written, or told in a picture book?
Ask your child how using both words and images can help explain something better that only text. Can your child think of any examples?
Users can sign in to FlipSnack using Facebook. What kinds of issues could arise from posting books you've created publicly? Use our Social Network Tips as a guide to control privacy settings on sites like Facebook.
- Subjects: Language & Reading: presenting to others, reading, storytelling
Social Studies: exploration
- Skills: Creativity: imagination, making new creations
Communication: conveying messages effectively, presenting
Tech Skills: digital creation, using and applying technology
- Genre: Creating
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