Storyboard That introduced a new way to make GIFs last month. This month they’ve been hard at work developing some more useful features. The new features include infographic templates, custom cell sizes, and a new way to create class rosters.
Storyboard That has long offered a classroom version that allows you to build rosters and assign storyboard projects to your students. Until this month you could build a Storyboard That roster manually or by connecting your Google Classroom account. As of last week you can now connect your Clever account to create rosters in your Storyboard That account.
Creating an infographic can be a good way for students to create a summary of information that they have learned through research and writing. This month Storyboard That introduced a slew of new infographic templates that students can customize. There are templates designed for mathematics, science, history, ELA, and public service announcements. All of the templates can be modified by changing colors, fonts, icons, and the actual information displayed.
The third big update to Storyboard That this month is the introduction of custom cell sizing. You can now make the cells/ frames in your Storyboard That stories bigger or smaller by simply selecting the “advanced tools” menu below your storyboard and then choosing “cell size.”
Storyboard That TPT Sale and Tools for Teachers
Storyboard That has an extensive list of offerings in their Teachers Pay Teachers store. You’ll find bundles and bundles of worksheets and lesson guides in the store. Right now all of the bundled products are on sale for just $1.
And if you are a budding TPT salesperson, Storyboard That now offers tools and templates for customizing your store’s appearance.
Disclosure: Storyboard That is an advertiser on one of my other blogs.