Create digital stories using photostory

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Preparing the Learning Resource

Look at the photos for this activity at

Print off this activity sheet and number the instructions below in the correct order according to the photos for making Choux Pastry:

  • Sift the flour
  • Ingredients for choux pastry, plain flour, eggs, butter, beaten egg, salt in a teaspoon and a jug of water
  • Add eggs to pastry mixture and Stir with wooden spoon until mixture appears shiny
  • Bring the Water and butter to the boil in a saucepan
  • Spoon dough into piping bag
  • Add the flour and stir constantly with a wooden spoon until combined
  • Bake the pastry
  • Cook the smooth and solid mixture until the mixture pulls away from the saucepan
  • Test the smoothness of the dough
  • Water being poured over cut up pieces of butter in a saucepan.
  • Piping the choux mini éclairs mix onto a greased baking tray, ( silicon paper can also be used)

You will use these steps to narrate your resource.

Blip Video - How to create a Photostory resource

View the instructional video at

This video will show you how to take your photos and script and turn into a digital story using Photostory 3. You may like to watch the video all the way through and then replay and pause as you create your own digital story.

Example - The final digital story published on the internet

Flickr – Downloading Choux Pastry Photos

Read these instructions on downloading photos at

Download the example photos on baking choux pastry at to your computer.

Photostory 3 – Creating your digital learning resource

Download and install photostory on your computer from

When you are ready open the Photostory 3 program.

Click on ‘Start’ / All programs / Photo Story 3 for Windows

Build your learning resource based on what you have learned from the video.

Play and have fun!!

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