Penguin Palooza is here! Below are results of good research embedded in storytelling. By using a story board and designing a story arc, students selected photos from Arkive to bring their story to life.
  • Students blended in facts specific to their penguin species and turned them into characters for a story, building in elements of "voice"
  • The works in details of their penguin's habitat as their settin.
  • The problems are what real penguin experience every day in the wild

Jasmine (ComicBook! app saved as PDF and showcased through FlipSnack)


Sydney (ComicBook! app saved as PDF and showcased through FlipSnack)


Sadia (ComicBook! app saved as PDF and showcased through FlipSnack)



Lindsey (ComicBook! app saved as PDF and showcased through FlipSnack)



Marwa (ComicBook! app saved as PDF and showcased through FlipSnack):



Ryan (ComicBook! app saved as PDF and showcased through FlipSnack):



Lorelei using Little Bird Tales (upload photos, text and narration)


Madi (Haiku Deck app):
Created with Haiku Deck, the free presentation app for iPad

A'Liyah (Haiku Deck app):
Created with Haiku Deck, the free presentation app for iPad

Madelyn: (Haiku Deck app):
Created with Haiku Deck, the free presentation app for iPad

Carlitos (Puppet Pals - be sure to click the link):

http://www.safeshare.tv/w/uBbfbavlxk

Lucy (Puppet Pals - be sure to click the link)

http://www.safeshare.tv/w/keHaEbNpql

Abigail (Puppet Pals app):

Amon (Puppet Pals app):