Use these examples of trading cards created by students to inspire your curriculum-focused digital project work.
Creative use of technology can engage students, and help you integrate your iPads, PCs, or Chromebooks into the curriculum.
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're still reminiscing over how exciting Belonging Day was! Check out our kindergarteners using Wixie to create compliment cards for family, friends, and staff! #YouBelong #YouMatter pic.twitter.com/HfTilwM3nZ— Elkridge ES (@hcpss_ees) March 27, 2022
Excited to start Wixie Wednesdays with my ESOL students for extra speaking practice! We began working on All About Me trading cards & are adding ??? recordings next week @AACountySchools @Tech4Learning pic.twitter.com/69xC2BCCJt— Jodi Bennett (@MrsBennettESOL) September 16, 2020
Making Wixie Trading Cards to highlight the contributions made by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.. ?? pic.twitter.com/6t1yPMBZDS— Mrs. Crump (@MrsCrumpCWES) January 27, 2020
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
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