Tag Archives: KidPix

St. Richard’s Episcopal School

3rd graders from St. Richard’s Episcopal School visited the LC to paint their self portraits with ImageBlender.

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St. Richard’s Episcopal School

1st graders from St. Richard’s Episcopal School visited the LC to make Eric-Carle-inspired self portraits with KidPix.

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Digital Valentines in KidPix

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Observation: Habitats!

This week, fourth graders from IPS #99 visited the Learning Curve and observed some insects (encased in resin, that is) using digital microscopes. Then, students looked at some book illustrations of animals and their homes, and designed their own habitat … Continue reading

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Under the Sea

This week, first graders from Greenbriar Elementary read stories about dolphins and other sea life, and then created their own Under the Sea pictures in Kid Pix, displayed in the slideshow below. Schools of fish, seaweed and sea creatures–what else … Continue reading

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Drawing gardens…

Today, Hawthorne Community Center visited the Curve, read The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle, and worked on drawing their own gardens. A few of their results are below. From July 19th – Hawthorne From July 19th – Hawthorne From July … Continue reading

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More bugs & habitats!

On June 29th, summer campers from 100 Black Men of Indy visited the Curve, observed insect habitats, then created their own bugs and habitats using drawing software. Check out their results below.

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More Summer Monsters

This Monday, June 20th, kids from the Center for Inquiry visited the Learning Curve, where we read a few poems from Barry Polisar’s Curious Creatures. After talking about habitats, diets, distinguishing features, and life cycles; they then created their own … Continue reading

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Buggin’ Out

Check out the insect diagrams kids created using KidPix!

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Diary of a Bug

This summer, kids are observing ladybug lifecycles and ant habitats using a digital microscope and insect terrariums.  After observing the ladybugs and ants, kids diagram insects and habitats using KidPix.

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