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  • Comic Life Use the old time scroll to make it look like it is on an old style piece of paper.
  • Theseus and the Minotaur Once upon a time there were two kings that were at war. King Minos was so bored so he always attacked the Athenians. The King of Athens made a deal with Minos, that every nine years he would send seven boys and seven girls to get eaten by the Minotaur. The Prince of Athens went as the last boy because he thought he could slay the terrifying Beast. The Prince met the Princess of Crete and the Princess made a deal, it was "I will give you a sword and a ball of string to tie to the door so you can find your way back, if you get me off this island." So the Prince went and killed the deadly Minotaur and all the boys and girls including the Princess sailed back to Athens. Add a faded background picture behind the text. Make a border using graphics from the story.
  • Use Pages or Word. Make a red background and then add the pictures with the Times title on it and some text that lets us know what the story is going to be about!
  • Prince Theseus and the Minotaur Once upon a time there were two kings that were at war. King Minos was so bored so he always attacked the Athenians. The King of Athens made a deal with Minos, that every nine years he would send seven boys and seven girls to get eaten by the Minotaur. The Prince of Athens went as the last boy because he thought he could slay the terrifying Beast. The Prince met the Princess of Crete and the Princess made a deal, it was "I will give you a sword and a ball of string to tie to the door so you can find your way back, if you get me off this island." So the Prince went and killed the deadly Minotaur and all the boys and girls including the Princess sailed back to Athens. Type/paste your story into Pages or PowerPoint on one slide and choose a theme which best suits your story.
  • Use PowerPoint or Keynote. Choose a theme and keep the same theme and font and colours all the way through. Use the colours recommended by the theme. Don’t forget to reference where the clip art came from.
  • Book Creator: Choose a theme and keep the same theme and font and colours all the way through. Don’t forget to reference where the clip art came from. Add your voice reading the story.
  • Pic Collage: Choose a theme and font and colours. Don’t forget to reference where the clip art came from. Rotate the photos and maybe the fonts
  • Inspiration: Choose fonts and colours. Add graphics. Add links. Don’t forget to reference where the clip art came from.
  • Notability: Choose a page colour and font and styles. Don’t forget to reference where the clip art came from. Add symbols and diagrams.
  • Paper 53: Draw your own picture and then write your story.
  • Clipart from • http://phillipmartin.com/ free clipart for kids • Slide 11 graphic created by Jacqui Sharp