Practice your research and debate skills by creating a comic which explains your perspective on historic events.
How to Teach with Comics
Ideas for how educators can use comics and avatars in their classroom.
Practice word problems that involve having students use their understanding of subtraction with this lesson!
Use the number of points scored in half a season of basketball to explain and model different representations of a whole number.
Practice introductions in the language you're teaching by having students read the comic you create, and then depict themselves answering the questions.
Show your understanding of division by creating comics of word problems, including the solution you come to.
Have students choose one of the two exemplar comics. Create one of yourself being the customer, and one being the waiter.
Create a comic showing your understanding of different test taking strategies that you like to use!
After learning how to greet people in target language, students could read this sample conversation and then make their own.
Creatively Planning Narratives (Stories) is an important part of being creative as students write. Story writing can be creative and important in amplifying student voices.
Encourage students' imagination in creative writing and teach others to care about recycling with this lesson.
Allow your students to share an experience with you and explain how it was resolved using comics.
Set your students up for life in and out of school by teaching them about healthy vs unhealthy relationships using Rethinking the Wild.
Create a comic that is either in present or past tense taking the reader through a typical day in your life.
Practice math skills and learn about Egyptian history at the same time with this exercise.
Practice the skills being learned in class by creating I-statements in the language being learned.
Learn about the Great Depression and have students show their understanding of the downfall with comics.
Recreate a scene from a book read in class to have students show their understanding of what took place.
Practice new languages by utilizing the photo uploading tool to show your avatar around the house or your favorite things.
Students will think about how they and others are feeling about the return to school. The comic prompts them to empathize with a number of feelings kids may have about returning to school, and consider how to be a good friend to their classmates.
Practice writing while inspiring others to donate to charities or people in need with this lesson on giving back.
Play a game of Would You Rather with your students to make learning even more fun than it already is with Pixton!