Comics and cartoons are a great way to engage students in the stories they are reading, the information they are researching, and the ideas they are exploring in your curriculum.
Wixie makes it easy for students to combine images and speech bubbles to create comics and cartoons that summarize, teach, retell, inform, raise awareness and more.
In this project, students create a comics to summarize important plot events in a book they are reading.
Students choose a scientific cycle and create an illustrated comic to share their learning of the process.
Once students became experts, they created comics to share their expertise through a cartoon tutorial.
Comics are a fun way to get and share information. In this project, students use comics to inform others about important health issues.
Students create comics (and record dialogue) to practice situations such as introducting themselves, meeting a friend, giving and receiving direstions, ordering food and more.
Fifth Grade students @LakeShoreAACPS used digital art program, WIXIE, to write dialogue and create comic strips as an ELA assignment. Students engaged in peer re-vision and iteration to produce comic strips. #AACPSAwesome #AACPSArtsIntegration pic.twitter.com/L5wrs8Mvei— AACPSArtsIntegration (@AACPSArtsEngage) December 1, 2017
Students are using Wixie to bring their words, their voice, and their art to the curriculum.Give Wixie a Try