Empower

your kid's creativity

Story Squad turns "reluctant readers" into authors and illustrations in our wildly fun world-building game.

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Parents love it.

With Story Squad, my kids aren't vegging out all day to YouTube or Fortnite during COVID-19."
Bob, father of a 6th + 3rd Grader
When Michael shows me his latest drawing, I can't tell you how proud I feel.”
Lauren, mother of a 4th Grader
My boys are sharpening their language arts skills while other kids are languishing at home.”
Sue, mother to twins in 5th Grade

Why Story Squad?

It's better for kids than
‍video games or social media.

Kids improve in reading, writing, & drawing.

It's so much fun that you won't have to force them into it.

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Who's it for?

Creative Kids

Fortnite's still Fortnite, but Story Squad's pretty cool..."
LUV how my stories are judged on creativity & not handwriting / spelling..."

Screen Addiction


During COVID-19, kids confined at home are becoming more and more addicted to screens.

Whether it's YouTube or Fortnite, Snapchat or TikTok, all of these apps aim to maximize the time your child spends staring Zombie-like into the digital abyss.

Story Squad = a parent's SECRET WEAPON!

Our app uses small doses of screen-time to maximize your child's time in "Creative Mode" with a pencil in hand scribbling down original stories and drawings.

How it works

Story Squad springs storytellers into action by partnering them up in creative challenges.

Kids become masters of their craft by:
1. reading new chapters,
2. uploading their own drawings & handwritten fan fiction,
3. giving feedback on each others' work,
4. sharing points in a squad-vs.-squad matchup,
5. seeing whether their squad's portfolio wins.

Founded by a 6th Grade Teacher

After seeing kids reach for their phones the moment class ended, I saw the effects of screen-time on my 6th graders:

- poor eye contact
- a "drop-down-menu mentality" for right answers
- a culture of perfectionism emerged

^^ These disappear when kids get to be creative.

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