Engage learners with how-to writing projects

Use these examples of how-to writing projects created by students to inspire your own writing, SEL, and student-centered work.

Creative use of technology can engage students, and help you integrate your iPads, PCs, or Chromebooks into the curriculum.

These how-to projects were created by students using Wixie.


Learning to write and sequence direction

Have students write how-to books for favorite activities or tasks they can do independently.


Create how-to’s for skill remediation

When we have to teach others, we really learn the process or rule. Elementary educator Katy Hammack had her students create tutorials to better under the grammar rules they were personally struggling with.


Put students in charge of teaching

When we have to teach others, we really learn the process or rule. Elementary educator Katy Hammack had her students create tutorials to better under the grammar rules they were personally struggling with.


Find inspiration in a story

Read a book like Edith Baer's This is the Way We Go to School or Kate Messner's How to Read a Story and create a class version with each student contributing a page!


Build Social Skills

Write social stories that describe how to behave in different situations.


Promote Safety

These emerging writers created public service announcements with steps students could take to be safe during Halloween.


How to stay safe in severe weather

How to make the world a better place

How to spend a snow day

Students are using Wixie to bring their words, their voice, and their art to the curriculum.

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