Trading Quest

In our mission Trading Quest, readers were asked to trade items to see what they start with and what they ended up with.  For each trade, they measured the value of that item and thought if they had done better or worse.  All readers told us how much fun they had in this mission.  Here are some of the responses.  

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From Hussein (Age 13) Oakville: Did not have anything to trade, so I made an origami tshirt with some paper.  I then traded it for shopkins, then for labels and finally for a bouncy ball.  Was very happy with it.  Upsold!

From Nikita (Age 10) Toronto:  Started with Beads and eventually ended up with two tic tacs.  Was very happy with it.  Upsold!

From Zeina (Age 12) Toronto: Traded Popsicle Sticks for Sourkeys, then traded that for an olaf toy , then traded that for beads.  Was very happy with it.  Upsold!

From Ryer (Age 10) Toronto:  Traded a hockey shirt and sour keys for one full pack of markers. Traded that for a fidget spinner.  Was very happy with it.  Upsold!

From Eve (Grade 5) Toronto: Started with a gold sharpie and traded that for a baby toy alligator. Was happy with it. Upsold!

From Mia (Grade 6) Toronto: Started with a watch I didn't like.  Traded that for a bendy pencil, then a baby crocodile toy, then a magnet, then a Happy Holidays bracelet, then a picture, then a gold sharpie, then a Muskoka bracelet and finally pushpins! Was happy with it. Upsold!

From Rita (Grade 6) Toronto: Started with a magnet I didn't like and traded it for an awesome fresh lemon that I will use at dinner. Was happy with it. Upsold!

From Jackson (Grade 6) Toronto: Started with a paper peacock. Traded that for a piece of paper, then traded that for a paper crane, then for a bracelet, then for a paper squirrel, then for a light, then for a ruler, then a puzzle and finally for a paper squirrel again.  Was happy with it. Upsold!

From Mairirois (Grade 4) Toronto: Started with a toy with eyes that pop out.  Traded that for a mini white board, then for a cool origami crane,  then for pushpins and finally for a bracelet.  Was happy with it. Upsold!

From Phillip (Grade 6) Toronto: Started with a pen.  Traded that for a spinner, then a light and finally for paper. Was not happy with it.  Did not upsell. 

From Tess (Grade 6) Toronto: Started with a crocodile tot.  Traded that for a bracelet, then a ruler, then another bracelet, then peacock origami, then a notebook and finally an origami tie.  Was happy with it. Upsold!

From AmeliaH (Grade 6) Toronto: Started with a bracelet.  Traded that for a ruler, traded that for a paper squirrel.  Was not happy with it.  Did not upsell. 

From Evelyn (Grade 5) Toronto:  Started with a bracelet.  Traded that for a jump rope, then an origami monkey house, then a mini whiteboard with marker, a pencil crane, an origami tie, a flipflop keychain, an origami crane and finally pushpins and cork. Was happy with it.  Upsold!


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