Use these examples of trading cards created by students to inspire your curriculum-focused digital project work.
These trading card projects were created by students using Wixie.
Students create a trading card to share information about an important person in history. Each student then prints and shares with other students to make a complete classroom set.
Students create flash cards for vocabulary they are learning in the classroom.
Students create a trading card to share their knowledge of a character in a book and then print and share with other students to make a complete set.
To help students better comprehend the interactions of characters in a book, ask them to use their knowledge to create a card game!
We spent time on Friday & Monday creating European Explorer trading cards on Wixie using the iPads! We finally got to print them today! ???? pic.twitter.com/zXDLjRCKYL— Stefanie Riddile (@MrsRiddileReads) March 15, 2017
We had a blast exchanging the European Explorer trading cards we made using Wixie! pic.twitter.com/N6ODzSr41k— Stefanie Riddile (@MrsRiddileReads) March 17, 2017
Using Wixie, 5th grader students made trading cards of either a Patriot or a Loyalist. The best part was trading! pic.twitter.com/Wlp8nRiAuh— Jones Elementary (@JonesESAACPS) February 25, 2016
Students are using Wixie to bring their words, their voice, and their art to the curriculum.Give Wixie a Try