Listen and read along as a father tells his child about all the opportunities the future holds. Youngsters can touch and play with the characters and images included in a beautifully illustrated, interactive storybook. What do your pupils want to be when they grow up?
What Will I Be? is a storybook built around a father's answers to that very question. The message is positive and encourages kids to work hard and dream big. Enjoy the colorful illustrations and realistic sounds as you or your class members read.
- Choose Lewis or Maddi to be the star of the story
- Turn narration on or off; sounds are left on either way
- Touch and drag items on each page to activate sounds and animations such as a flying airplane, a buzzing alien spaceship, and a pooping seagull
- Find the dog on each page to unlock a bonus memory game
- Tap the arrow twice to go back or forward; this helps prevent accidental page changes
- Restart the story or go to the home page by touching the house icon
- Reset the app
- Share on Facebook and Twitter or by e-mail
A lovely addition to your class library, allow class members to read the story during down time or reading time.
Stage storytime and gather your class around to listen either to you or the narration. Get student input on what to tap or touch and where to find the dog on each page.
Recommend this to parents or pupils for at-home use. The story is meaningful and worth reading.
Use this as inspiration or a supplementary material for a lesson on careers. Find out what your learners want to be when they grow up!
There is a little bit of a lag between some of the pages that have extra interactive features or images to load. This is minor and should not take away from the story as a whole.
Since you can choose a boy or a girl as the protagonist, there might be some argument if you read the book as a whole class. Consider reading it more than once and switching between Maddi and Lewis. Otherwise, this is a great feature and will make the story more personalized for individual readers.
The narration is in a British accent. If you have class members with speech impairments, you might want to turn the narration off.
- Lovely message: Anything is possible!
- Interactive and playful; many animations to find
- Bonus game included
- Definitely worth the price
- Minor lagging between some pages
- Not a very long story