Do your children like to use your tablet, phone, or iPad to take videos and pictures? I have seen many kids playing around with them. Why not let them benefit from their interest and have them create some fun videos? Children will have a good time without even knowing it. They will learn movie making and presentation skills. A few will learn about storytelling as well. We’re going to share some apps that let children make presentations and movies with video-making apps. Since lots of them are simple to use, young kids like preschool children should be capable of using lots of them.
LEGO Movie Maker: a free app by LEGO, this one aids children in making motion videos with a step-by-step guide, taking pictures frame by frame, and bringing it together with music. It is a great one for children of any age.
GoldiBlox is also a free app that young kids can use. With this, children not only use pics they take, but a can also draw them or use stickers that are provided.
Toontastic has been an all-time favorite. It comes with all the tools children need to make a video. Children can take videos and pics as footage or use the offered characters and settings. What is really great is that it instructs children on how to make videos. It hasn’t been long since the creator has offered it as a free app.
Tellagami is a good one for journals or short videos. Children pick a character as their reporter and they narrate or type a short message for the reporter to deliver. Since there is a limit, it is a solid one for children who are just beginning to create videos. They don’t feel the pressure of creating a complete movie. They can just create one scene at a time.