I found a few apps that allow children to make up their own stories. The iPad also makes it a fun and easy way for children to start learning the art of creating stories for film and stage. These apps can also be used for descriptive conversation and answering your “wh” questions related to the story. The fact that they are free makes them especially attractive
Super Duper StoryMaker Free: This app can be used in different ways. One choice is to tell the story already written in Tell Story. The child can read the text, describe the pictures and talk about the story. The child can change the story by adding pictures available in numerous categories or draw his own with emarkers. I like the simple, pleasing line drawings of the pictures. Text can also be changed by swiping clean the words in the book and typing in one’s own. Another option is for the child to create a story from scratch. The pictures, keyboard and markers are the same as above. When creating a story, the child can also add his own photograph.