If your site is 1:1 or looking to add a digital component to your music project, Wixie provides a canvas students your young musicians can use to compose melodies, document their work in music, and demonstrate their learning.
Use these templates and ideas to inspire your use of digital creativity tools for music education.
The Wixie Templates library includes a folder of music activities you can use to help students learn to identify instruments, sounds, and rhythm as well as play compositions on keyboards and xylophones.
Students can access a collection of musical notation in the Wixie's Sticker library (Image button). This collection shows automatically when students use templates like Compose a Melody.
Wixie includes keyboard, xylophone, and percussion tube templates students can use to pracing playing music!
5th graders enjoyed a @BaltSymphony virtual field trip listening to The Planets by Holst with images from NASA. Colors of their own #Wixie nebula represent people or events in their life. So many thoughtful responses! @MusicBCPS Thanks @FloFalatko @FlynnChrisy @CromwellValleyE! pic.twitter.com/ErrOn67GAw— Terri Iacarino (@iacarinot) December 5, 2020
Second grade music students successfully read s-l-s-m and s-m patterns and matched them to their songs! #Wixie #MusicLiteracy #MusicEducation #WeAreVBSchools @Thalia_Ele @crystal_wilky pic.twitter.com/f05AnztuFj— Jennica Hull (@HullJennica) December 2, 2019
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
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