Use these examples of projects created by students and tweets from classroom teachers to inspire technology integration in your fourth-grade classroom.
Whether you have Chromebooks, iPads, PCs, or Macs in your classroom, you can use technology to engage and inspire your students in the curriculum.
These multimedia projects were created by students using Wixie.
"Using Wixie allowed me to assign graphic organizers and assignments virtually, both in the physical classroom as well as the online classroom. I could make decisions and differentiate the assignments to meet the needs of specific students and was able to see the students' work at all stages from the beginning to completion of the assignment. With everything in one place, Wixie made it easy to keep track of each student and helped me avoid the need to look for lost papers."
Grade 4 Teacher
Anne Arundel County PS, MD
Wixie's Templates library includes a range of fourth-grade math activities you can use for formative assessment purposes or tasks for student work at centers and in station rotations.
Students create a new cover for a book to show comprehension and explore character, plot, setting, symbolism, and conflict.
Students create a public service announcement to educate people about global warming or another issue they are passionate about.
Students will create original artwork and manipulate images to demonstrate understanding of line symmetry.
In this example, a student interviews a colonist from Williamsburg to show what they know about early American history.
Students will illustrate and translate the meaning of an idiom to help others learn these examples of figurative language.
Students can choose a scientific cycle such as pollination and illustrate it to build and demonstrate their understanding.
Students design and create upcycled products using materials collected at home and school, creating how-to books and advertisements for their products.
Use this choice board to put students in charge of how they will demonstrate their learning.
What book would you promote in the library? These students did a fantastic job with their book reviews using Wixie! @HolabirdSTEM @vkearns_M @MrsBallardHSP @BCPSLMP #lovemyjob pic.twitter.com/JRTO2F1TEA— Amy Levengood (@Levengood_reads) March 9, 2022
4th graders researched and took notes about a faraway place and then were able to create a postcard on Wixie! She was very excited to show me her project! @HolabirdSTEM @BCPSLMP @vkearns_M @MrsBallardHSP pic.twitter.com/ViRfSie2L8— Amy Levengood (@Levengood_reads) February 24, 2022
Using Wixie to make our own fraction books! Recorded the name of the fraction and labeled each task card. pic.twitter.com/suMsuMpuqB— Leanne Brady (@Miss_Brady3) February 28, 2022
4th grade mathematicians put their higher level thinking skills to the test today with comparing and contrasting characteristics of plane and solid figures using Wixie. I’m so proud of their teamwork! @EllisSoars pic.twitter.com/KVIpRGV150— Alicia Schrank (@AliciaSchrank) December 3, 2021
My favorite shared reading text of the year! Love hearing our class discussion of “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost. Some readers used Wixie to share their visualizations. @the_corner_lcps pic.twitter.com/GvIpzj6GxR— Nicole Taruc (@NicoleBTaruc) January 5, 2021
Wow! I’m a little late posting, but my 4th graders did an amazing job with their cyber bullying wixie projects! ??#digitalcitizenship #bekind #practicesafety @HolabirdSTEM @BCPSLMP @vkearns_M @MrsBallardHSP @CosgroveBree pic.twitter.com/bP6RWf2Nyr— Amy Levengood (@Levengood_reads) October 31, 2020
Using Wixie to create word problems. pic.twitter.com/ZJh9JS4sSG— fabulousin4th (@OES4thgrade) October 5, 2017
Their favorite BCPS music assessment using #Wixie! 4th graders composed and performed original melodies using all of the pitches in the diatonic scale @JoppaViewES @MusicBCPS @Tech4Learning @ncalhounSTAT @ChalkKirsten pic.twitter.com/b1MnLzINc3— Terri Iacarino (@iacarinot) April 6, 2018
4th grade students use Wixie to create and edit digital presentations on narratives about personal journeys. The results are outstanding! pic.twitter.com/GZ6hkrBa7Z— Edgemere Elementary (@Edgemere_BCPS) September 28, 2016