Kindergarten Authors: Empowering Voice Through Informational Ebooks

Planet Research (4)Ms. Kelly Hocking’s Kindergarten class has done it again.  They have once again ventured out to try something that no other class has tried and inspired other classes and projects with their work.  In small groups, they each chose a planet to research.  We used PebbleGo, TrueFlix, and books to search for facts in the library and in class.   Then, in the library and in class, students worked on sequencing their facts.

Planet Research (11) Planet Research (9)

Over the past week, Ms. Kelly checked out iPads each day for students to use to publish their work using Storykit.  I love how she encouraged them to take pictures of objects in the school and then use the drawing feature in Storykit to enhance those pictures.

Take a look at their finished products below.  If you click on each picture, it will take you to the student book.  If you have comments for our students, please leave them here on the blog and I will be sure to pass them along to our authors.  If you would like to learn more about Storykit, I’m sure these Kindergarten experts would be willing to Skype or Google Hangout with your students to share their expertise.

Mercury

Mercury by Dominik, James, and Jakaris

 

Uranus

Uranus by Olivia and Lizzie

 

Jupiter

Jupiter by Ben and Tia

Mars

Mars by Macie and Taeden

Venus

Venus by Blessing and Janie

Saturn

Saturn by Bryah, Yehun, and Charlie

 

Neptune

Neptune by Eni and Talia

 

Earth

Earth by Jayden, Miracle, and Wendy

 

The Sun

The Sun by Scarlett, Casper, and Sammy

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