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A decent way to help students practice developing a story.

A fun way to create a story.
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Simple, straightforward app with some flaws

Recommended with some reservations. This is a good way to teach children how to describe a picture using simple WH questions. The pictures are drawings (versus photographs) and usually depict some kind of action scene. If you use the app's built-in prompts, be prepared that the prompts switch tenses randomly, and don't do a great job switching between proper nouns and pronouns (so, the "stories" sound rote). These are minor complaints overall, but not great for children who already struggle with these issues.
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