Use these examples of projects created by students and tweets from classroom teachers to inspire technology integration in your third-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.
Students interview dinosaurs to demonstrate knowledge of animal characteristics, diet, and more.
Have students write how-to books for favorite activities or tasks they can do independently.
Students apply what they have learned about animal characteristics and adaptation to create a new creature and introduce it to the scientific community.
Students can choose a scientific cycle such as pollenation and illustrate it to build and demonstrate their understanding.
Students explore character, plot, and theme and write persuasively as they develop a movie-style trailer for a book they have read.
Students who are college and career-ready can "gather, comprehend, evaluate, synthesize, and report on information and ideas." Use Wixie to get them excited about informative writing in a 21st century format.
This video is not muted!!! These happy 3rd gr r obsessed w creating #memes with Wixie. No one is talking because they r working so hard & r in their FLOW. #flow #happyplace @AppleEDU @Tech4Learning @PADeptofEd @SASD_Vernfield @CSforALL pic.twitter.com/v7aY58s2jB— Jennifer Kling (@Mrs_Kling_Tech) April 14, 2021
Readers celebrated all their strong reading habits... ??????Check out some of their posters they made from #wixie @Tech4Learning! I can't wait to print them and hang them in our classroom for when these firsties return to school in two short weeks! pic.twitter.com/0NwZcKskVV— Sam Finkel (@MissFinkelDIS) October 13, 2020
Wixie has created an awesome tool for students to go above and beyond! This student chose to create an ocean for her aquatic ecosystem and even added in the layers of the ocean and ocean facts!???? pic.twitter.com/WENTchUJCq— Ms. Djalleta (she/her) (@MsDjalleta) October 8, 2020
We’ve been planning, reorganizing, and helping one another with our new informative writing unit. Everyone has worked so hard to pick their topic, subtopics, and make their lists! Due to their hard work, we decided to have some fun & make our book covers today! ?? pic.twitter.com/vXxjOZ9VJo— April Lowe (@MrsALowe2) November 10, 2020
3rd graders finished creating original haikus this week, and they used #Wixie to make their final products. Check out some of their awesome work!@Tech4Learning @WindyHillElem pic.twitter.com/56pa7LwP6m— WHES Media Center (@WHESmedia) May 30, 2018
3rd graders use Wixie to persuade viewers to visit the continent they studied. pic.twitter.com/gRIRImVtH6— Jessica Summer (@TerraceTech) December 8, 2017
This student shared her heritage and culture with a Wixie she made at home! We learned about her food, culture, media, religion, language, and holidays! ???? pic.twitter.com/rbqPm3ZtKQ— Monica Roth (@MrsRothLMES) February 9, 2018
.@BMESBulldogs third graders finishing their PBLprojects. They are submitting their brochures on Native Americans using @Tech4Learning #Wixie. @newtechnetwork @Mr_Kevin_Gant #ManorISD pic.twitter.com/DE8yVJz8sc— Mrs. Simpson (@Simpsonsgrade3) December 21, 2017
3rd graders are using #Wixie to illustrate a part of the chapter book we just finished. They’re showing story elements such as the setting, characters, events, and moral of the story. #ashlandsoar @Tweetin_Z pic.twitter.com/on97GwvJSf— Melissa Edwards (@MrsEdwardsReads) March 15, 2018
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