In a Pokemon video game, your character receives a Pokedex that collects all the data from all of the Pokemon species you see. There are hundreds of different Pokemon critters in the Pokedex. You can make your own Pokedex, just like the one in the game, with index cards and an index card box to add to your Pokemon collection or for your child to play with.
Things You'll Need
- Index cards
- Ink pen
- Glue stick
- Index card file box
Click on the official national Pokedex on Pokemon.com to bring up 493 of the first Pokemon characters available.
Place your mouse pointer over the image of each Pokemon character and right click with the mouse. This will bring up a menu. Click on "Print" on the menu to print out each of the Pokemon pictures. Print as many as you want to add to your Pokedex.
Cut out each of your printed Pokemon characters with scissors.
Rub a glue stick on the back of each Pokemon character cutout and place it to one side on an individual index card. Leave enough room to write in each Pokemon's information. Allow each card to fully dry before placing them together.
Write the number of each Pokemon at the top corner of each of the cards with an ink pen. Each Pokemon has a number in which it first appeared in the Pokemon game series.
Fill in the Pokemons stats next to each character. The stats in a Pokedex are Pokemon species, gender, special abilities, weaknesses and Pokemon type.
Arrange the Pokemon cards in numerical order and place them in the index card box. This will look just like the one you see in the Pokemon video games. Decorate the outside of your Pokedex box to customize it as your own.