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Tellagami – Create Narrated Animations on Your iPad

Tellagami – Create Narrated Animations on Your iPad
Tellagami is a free iPad that elementary school students will enjoy using to create narrated animations. If you have ever used Voki or GoAnimate, Tellagami will feel familiar to you. Tellagami allows your students to create customized animated scenes in a matter of minutes. To create a narrated, animated scene students simply open Tellagami and tap “create.” After opening the create menu students will see a default character and background scene. The characters can be altered by selecting from a big menu of customization options. Consider having your students use Tellagami to create narrated animations of their favorite scenes from books that they’ve read. Tags: Creative Writing, digital story telling, digital storytelling, free ipad app, free ipad apps, language arts

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