In classrooms around the country, teachers are finding and sharing creative ways to integrate technology into their classroom curriculum using Wixie.
We have collected a range of samples you can use to your own inspiration in the ideas they are sharing. Share your own ideas using the hashtag #wixie on Twitter!
Check out Twitter to find the most recent ideas being shared.
After Mrs. Crump's class field trip to see "Miss Nelson is— CanterburyWoodsES (@Canterbury_Wood) May 17, 2017
Missing" students created their own Wanted Posters using Wixie! pic.twitter.com/YRlrMQPw4P
Using Wixie in fifth grade. One option: "What might a social media conversation in Jamestown in 1607 look like?" pic.twitter.com/Vw5iw0Xg7O— Ocean Lakes ES (@oceanlakeses) October 19, 2016
Students using Wixie to create a character map! pic.twitter.com/YrdIDs02Nf— Susan Afyounizadeh (@safyounizadeh10) October 20, 2016
Henry students composing multiplication songs on Wixie pic.twitter.com/nWyfujP1Fp— Kathy (@gust_kathy) April 19, 2016
Students writing their very own mystery story using Wixie! pic.twitter.com/Wv9JNEqfQG— Janie Black (@JanieFaithHope) March 16, 2016
putting the final touches on our Seed Stories using Wixie to share with our families at conference time! ?? pic.twitter.com/5G7rXEyCMx— Miss Hebb (@MissHebb) October 28, 2015
Ms. Classon's class learned about roller coasters and potential/kinetic energy. Then they designed coasters on wixie! pic.twitter.com/2ZIaFJhNKj— Ms. Siegel's Class (@SiegelClass) October 6, 2015
1st graders r picture takers,keyword searchers,drive navigators,writers,& Wixie creators making butterfly life cycles pic.twitter.com/nhnB2CFN4L— WillowCreekLRC (@WillowCreekLRC) April 17, 2015
Working on our holiday cards using Wixie! pic.twitter.com/uy5Ziuiwll— Mrs. Vipond's Class (@MrsVipondsClass) December 15, 2014
Using Wixie to create area models! pic.twitter.com/HhiIrBI2jD— Mrs. Pickard's Class (@PickardThird) February 23, 2015
Hands on seasons chart followed by Wixie season sort. #bcps#kindergarten#wixie pic.twitter.com/gJSgYXRgK1— Michele Gugliotta (@MichelelGugliot) March 11, 2015
Sources of heat using Wixie! pic.twitter.com/UEJxd3gzaQ— Mrs Vela (@MrsVelaBBE) October 11, 2016
Word family work on Wixie in the computer lab. pic.twitter.com/to6lhdcEMu— PL Kindergarten (@PLKids123) October 12, 2016
Using Wixie to create our science process logs. pic.twitter.com/DN9edNH4hN— Stephanie Wyman (@PowerMom73) October 14, 2016
5th graders are using Wixie to create a descriptive poem to describe the first day of school. pic.twitter.com/4bpBuEgcex— 7th District Elem (@7DE_deer) August 27, 2015
Kinders using search tools & creating timelines on how to make green lemonade using pics & transition words in Wixie pic.twitter.com/nhUnc2OXAN— WillowCreekLRC (@WillowCreekLRC) March 24, 2015
21. A collaborative group creates Wixie books online from our curricular study. pic.twitter.com/wm4GO5nrzx— Brad Buhrow (@bradbuhrow) December 18, 2014
Help us find our lost gingerbread people! We used Wixie to draw them and then wrote descriptive paragraphs! pic.twitter.com/spvSSfTGxf— Mrs. Vipond's Class (@MrsVipondsClass) December 16, 2014
We loved showing that we can compare and contrast characters using a Venn Diagram on Wixie! pic.twitter.com/bVa6LHrnT9— Mrs. Vipond's Class (@MrsVipondsClass) February 11, 2015
Students are using Wixie to bring their words, their voice, and their art to the curriculum.Give Wixie a Try