Help your students to go beyond the doc with Book Creator
Engaging learners in new projects can be daunting but with tools like Book Creator, it can be seamless and fun. Here is how Book Creator became an integral part of an elementary teacher’s classroom.
Pre-K / Kindergarten
How a Kindergarten teacher built classroom community in a virtual learning space
The switch to virtual learning came with various benefits. Hear how a Kindergarten class used Book Creator to interact with one another and capture learning.
Sixth-graders write children’s stories for a special audience
Bringing stories to life using Book Creator at Harpeth Hall School in Nashville.
English / Language Arts
Are you ready for Be An Author Month? (March)
March is #BeAnAuthor month – here are a plethora of ideas and resources to help you along! Download our ‘Reading Pack’ and learn what the SECRET SAUCE is for getting your students engaged in reading and writing.
Hopes for the New Year project – the BIG reveal
Our 2-month Hopes project has come to an end so now we can share the beautiful books from across the world.
Engage and inspire your students as they head into 2022
We are pleased to bring you this exciting new project which will help spread some positivity heading into 2022…
Engaging reluctant readers & writers with Book Creator!
Mira Campbell is here with some tips on how to motivate your students regardless of their individual learning needs.
Why should I “market” my book as a teacher?
Marketing your Book Creator book is a great way to tell the story of your classroom, create a professional presence, and share ideas that help elevate educators everywhere.
Elementary / Primary
Want to get your students excited about writing?
Engaging students in writing can be a challenge. Christine Leeman is here with ideas on how to overcome this.
Elementary / Primary
How we kept students and parents engaged in remote learning
Although the pandemic brought its challenges, it was also a time to learn new things. Hear how a primary teacher used Book Creator to develop “fractured fairy tales” to motivate her remote students and engage parents.