Use these examples of projects created by students to inspire technology integration in your Kindergarten classroom. These technology projects were created by students using Wixie.
Whether you have Chromebooks, iPads, PCs, or Macs in your classroom, you can use technology to engage and inspire your students in the curriculum.
"Wixie is friendlier for the littlest learners. I can create and assign a project in seconds and it is way easier for students to record their voice and add text. Wixie's enormous image bank means I don't have to find images elsewhere for my Kindergartners or worry about copyright laws when using images."
Cartwright School District, AZ
Wixie's Templates library includes over 70 Kindergarten math activities you can use for formative assessment purposes or tasks for student work at centers and in station rotations.
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.
Use this roadmap to build literacy, numeracy and ICT skills! Select an activity and assign to learners yourself or share the roadmap with students and have the progress at their own pace
KG Ss practice addition and subtraction story problems in #Wixie Our Ss can show their mathematical reasoning by dragging pictures and writing equations @Tech4Learning @Coles_Fletcher @ColesRoadrunner @TreadwellMrs pic.twitter.com/aCuVz8mQsu— Mrs. Martin (@ITCColes) May 31, 2022
We took our learning outside as we captured photos of plants to learn about their parts! Today, we labeled our photos with the parts of the plants using #Wixie ??????some friends took it a step further and drew plants, then labeled them on their own ?? @BaileysES_FCPS pic.twitter.com/yctmW6a1zq— Shireen Kelly (@shireen_kelly) May 12, 2022
Collaborated with our rockstar librarian @jclough22 on a lesson using @Tech4Learning! Kindergarten students used Wixie to make their own story including setting and characters. Ss were so engaged while creating their story! @ShelleyPohzehl @KarenEHaddock @ScottLoomis @PWCSNews pic.twitter.com/AUknH9pxGN— Mrs. Strauss (@mrs_strauss22) May 18, 2022
Rhyme time on Wixie!! pic.twitter.com/iM1VKrMhGn— PL Kindergarten (@PLKids123) March 9, 2019
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