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Laurie Bonneteau

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Design Your Own Pokemon Card

You are going to create Pokemon Cards. You will create four cards: one that has connections to earth, one that has connections to water, one that has connections to air and one that has connections with fire. You can create these online, but it may be more fun to create them on paper. You can use the template that is included, or create your own. You cannot copy or use any ideas from actual Pokemon cards. You can absolutely use Pokemon cards to help you with your ideas. You can decide the layout of the card, but you will need to have the following points included in each card: 1. At the top, decide on your Pokemon's energy (earth, fire, water, or air) and in a small circle on the same line as energy, you are going to decide your HP (hit points)...how many points your Pokemon can withstand before it crashes. You cannot go over 100. 2. Your HP points are as follows: 1 card between 10 and 30; 1 card between 40 and 60; 1 card between 70 and 90; and 1 card between 90 and 100. 3. You are going to number your card (the sequence number of the card), whichever you like (this is in terms of all the cards that may be out there). 4. You will need to have the height and weight of your Pokemon. 5. Design your Pokemon and what it will look like which will be half of your card. 6. The other half of your card will describe your Pokemon. This must be completed in sentences. You must include the following in your description: -describe the energy your Pokemon possesses -when can your Pokemon use their power -how will your Pokemon use this power -one weakness your Pokemon has Once you have completed this, take a photo, video, or upload your drawing. THIS IS DUE BY THE END OF FRIDAY, APRIL 3.

3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, 4th Grade, English Language Arts, Art
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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