The Typewriter.

Once you leave the park there is a big spotlight shining on a golden typewriter. The light guides visitors back to their cars.

A long spiral staircase leads you all the way up there. When you arrive at the top you notice stories of past, present and future swooshing by. And an empty spot just for you.

Let your fingers glide over the vintage typewriter and leave your most famous Wonderland story here for others to read.

I want a learning experience to last forever. Publishing collaborative work in the Apple Book Store will keep it going.

Kurt Klynen

The Steps.

Here is my story:

Open Pages and choose one of the book templates. In my example I selected a blank one because I like to design the cover myself.

That will be your first step too, so go ahead and use all your creativity and imagination for the design of the cover.

TIP: Use images, shapes and drawings. Don’t be afraid to mix them together.

Next add a page by tapping on the plus sign at the lower left hand corner.

Select a font that resonates.

Let your visitors tell their favorite story and leave feedback.

Last but not least is publishing. Tap on the three dots at the upper right hand corner.

Now select Publish to Apple Books.

Once your book is accepted to the store, share it.

Going Further.

Look for the Story Collector book in the Apple Book Store once Wonderland closes and check if your favorite learning experience made it.

This is one of the activities that educators can participate in during The Playground at FETC and TCEA.

If you are inspired to try this yourself, have a look at the resources I used:

Apple Teacher

Everyone Can Code

Everyone Can Create

Have fun!