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How to make a Wizer worksheet

Congratulations! You have decided to start making beautiful, interactive Wizer worksheets. This post will show you step-by-step how to create, edit, assign to students and send feedback. Once you learn the basics, you can let your creative juices flow and easily create engaging online materials your students will love. So let’s get started.

1) Register as a teacher

Go to and click ‘Start Now’:

Register for FREE

Enter your email address and desired password or sign in with your Google account:

Wizer Sign Up


2) Title & Description

Give your worksheet a title.

Worksheet Title



3) Select a Task Type

Create your first element by selecting a task type. It’s nice to start with a video, image or text.

Add a Worksheet Task

You can Search for an image online or upload from your computer

Add an Image

After uploading an image, click ‘done’ to save the element and add another. Always make sure to click ‘done’ to save each task to the worksheet.


4) Add Another Task

Next we will add an ‘Open Question’ task to follow the image. Type the question in the Question Box and click ‘done’.



5) Continue Adding Tasks

Add as many task types as you like. You can always make changes by using the edit bar on the upper right hand corner of each task. You can also reorder the elements on the worksheet.

Edit and order worksheet tasks


Change card’s position or set the point value:

Change card position or point value


 7) Description Info

Add descriptive information:

Worksheet info: grade, subject, topic

Tags: any keywords that will help you or others understand more about the worksheet

Worksheet description tags


8) Choose a Design Theme

Choose a theme from the theme gallery on the right hand side.

Choose a Worksheet Theme


9) Save! Save! Save!

The golden rule of computers applies to Wizer worksheets too. Save early and save often to save heartache and frustration.

Save Worksheet


You did it! See, that wasn’t too hard. You are now officially a Wizer teacher (-:

Now that you’ve created and saved your first Wizer worksheet, learn how to Assign to Students and Assess Answers.


6 thoughts on “How to make a Wizer worksheet

  1. Is there currently a way to delete a worksheet or worksheets from your account? I was playing around with some as I was learning and I would like to delete them so not to have them in my account.

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