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Kidsdigitalstorymiddleschoolsamples
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  • 1. DIGITAL STORIES Students in Mrs. Wernig’s class created digital story slide shows to present to the first grade students during our Read Across America celebration SIT BACK AND ENJOY!
  • 2. THE GROUCHY LADYBUG BY ERIC CARLE Slideshow, illustrations and voices by Katy and Jen – 6WE Music by freeplaymusic.com
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  • 6. GOOD MORNING GO AWAY !
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  • 18. SLAP!!!
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  • 20. Thank you You’re welcome!
  • 21. The end!
  • 22. THE RAINBOW FISH BY MARCUS PFISTER Slide show by Daniel (researcher) CJ (animator) Ryan (voiceover) To make these stories in PowerPoint, we learned how to record, use the Paint Tools, Kid Pix, scanners and copy/paste from the Internet.
  • 23. The Rainbow Fish was the most beautiful fish in the sea. I’m too beautiful, he thought.
  • 24. But he never played with the other fish.                                                                      
  • 25. Once, a little blue fish asked for one of his shining scales, but the Rainbow Fish just laughed.
  • 26. “ Never!” he said. After that, the other fish swam away from him. The Rainbow Fish was all alone.
  • 27. He went to the starfish for help. “ Why doesn’t anybody like me? He asked “ Go ask the octopus,” said the starfish. “She is very wise.”
  • 28. The octopus said, “Give away your shining scales. You won’t be as beautiful, but you will have friends.” “ I can’t do that!” cried the Rainbow Fish
  • 29. Suddenly the little blue fish was back. “Please,” he said. “Could I have just one scale?” Well, the Rainbow Fish thought, maybe just one tiny little scale.
  • 30. The little blue fish was so pleased, it make the Rainbow fish feel happy
  • 31. Soon all the fish came
  • 32. The Rainbow Fish gave away his scales, one by one. Finally he had only one shining scale left.
  • 33.   But now… Rainbow Fish was no longer alone
  • 34. He had friends. He swam off to play with his friends and he was the happiest fish in the sea.
  • 35. THE END
  • 36. Little Cloud by Eric Carle Slide show/drawings/voice by Julie and Lauren 6BE Opening and closing music: Both Sides Now by Joni Mitchell,
  • 37. The clouds drifted slowly across the sky. Little Cloud trailed behind.
  • 38. The clouds pushed upward and away. Little Cloud pushed downward and touched the tops of the houses and trees.
  • 39. The clouds moved out of sight. Little Cloud changed into a giant cloud.
  • 40. Little Cloud changed into a sheep. Sheep and clouds sometimes look alike.
  • 41. Little Cloud changed into an airplane. Little Cloud often saw airplanes flying though the clouds.
  • 42. Little Cloud changed into a shark. Little cloud once saw a shark through the waves of the ocean.
  • 43. Little Cloud changed into two trees. Little Cloud likes the way trees never moved and stayed in one place.
  • 44. Little Cloud changed into a rabbit. Little Cloud loved to watch rabbits dash across the meadows.
  • 45. Little Cloud changed into a hat. Because…
  • 46. Little Cloud changed into a clown and needed a hat.
  • 47. The other clouds drifted back. They huddled close together. “Little Cloud, Little Cloud, they called. “Come back.” Little Cloud drifted toward the clouds.
  • 48. Then all the clouds changed into one big cloud and rained!!!
  • 49. The End Hi kids, we hope you like our digital story by Julie and Lauren

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