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Flash Cards

So how many of us print out all sorts of flash cards so we can play games like go fish or old maid to help make math or phonics more fun? Or how many curriculum's come with flash cards. The problem is how to keep them neat. I usually put a rubber band around them and put them in the box with the curriculum they go with.

Well, I found a great on-line resource. It is a free computer Internet program for Making Custom Card Boxes that will design a card box to the size you want it. Super Deluxe Tuckbox Template Maker is such an easy process to make a box that fits your flash cards. All you do is put the size of the cards (add an 1/8 of an inch), type the name you want on your box hit send and a pdf file will come up all ready for you to print and cut out a card box.

I now have all my flash cards in nice neat boxes. The only draw back is if you have a printer like mine that can not handle more then 8 1/2 X 11, if you have the really large flash cards like Veritas Press History, you will have to piece it together instead of printing all on one sheet. You got to at least try it. ITS FREE!

10 out of 10

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