Use these examples of projects created by students to inspire technology integration in your Kindergarten classroom.
These multimedia projects were created by students using Wixie.
Students create their own adaptations of literature they are reading.
Students categorize objects in their environment into basic shapes.
A page from a pre-school ABC book. Wixie gives students a voice to demonstrate early literacy skills that is engaging and meaningful.
Students practice counting through the creation of a Halloween (or any holiday!) counting book.
Students practice making patterns and then record narration explaining their pattern.
Click the play button to listen to the student explain their pattern.
Graphing our class bar graph on to Wixie picture graph. pic.twitter.com/sgcbA7FRAz— PL Kindergarten (@PLKids123) March 6, 2018
Kindergarteners used #wixie to make a word family book. They used text boxes and the search function to find pictures that matched their words. They printed it out as a mini book so they can practice reading! @Tech4Learning #dodeaMAD pic.twitter.com/AdoRC9lMLb— gracie k (@gracemejin) March 22, 2018
Now and then sorting on Wixie in the computer lab today. pic.twitter.com/AMjxTqG5BC— Joan Sukowicz (@JoanSukowicz) January 12, 2016
Meet the curriculum goals of the Common Core State Standards through creativity with Wixie.
This FREE guide provides teachers with correlations and ideas for integrating Wixie activities into their curriculum.
New approaches to building literacy through creative technology in elementary schools.
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Students are using Wixie to bring their words, their voice, and their art to the curriculum.Give Wixie a Try