Use these examples of projects created by students to inspire technology integration in your primary social studies program.
These digital projects were created by primary students using Wixie.
Have students write a simple story about a family member or a thank you to a community member. Have them record their voice and share on Mother's Day, Father's Day, or even Valentine's Day.
Students research a person from history, or a character in a book they are reading, and summarize their findings in the form of a trading card.
After learning about community helpers, students type or record a sentence and draw a picture to demonstrate their learning.
Students use a cluster organizers to show what they know about a person or event in history.
Students learned about the difference between past and present and captured pictures of things at home from the past. They shared images of these items and added text and voice narration to explain more about them.
Students learned how a bill becomes a law and share the process through a multi-page project showing the process.
Students demonstrate understanding of sequence of events by placing them in order on a timeline.
Using Wixie to show we know the differences between urban, suburban, & rural communities.#D70Cougar#d70cougars pic.twitter.com/sRxx2WviGL— MrsReinkingD70 (@MrsReinkingD70) September 13, 2017
We made our own stories using pictures to represent words, on paper or on Wixie, just like the Ancient Egyptians did! #voiceandchoice #vbamazing #socialstudies @ArrowheadES @bengillikin1 @AlisonReddy1 pic.twitter.com/UgtVTmhcbQ— Jacqueline Frenda (@jacfrenda) March 2, 2018
2nd graders using Wixie to creatively apply what they have learned about Native Americans into a published format makes for a Fun Friday! pic.twitter.com/w5heHwGcMW— Cristin Fink (@CristinFink1) February 9, 2018
Second grade students use Wixie to record facts about Colonial Life. pic.twitter.com/yhIcVnA41L— Reynolds School USR (@ReynoldsUSR) December 14, 2017
Students are using Wixie to bring their words, their voice, and their art to the curriculum.Give Wixie a Try