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The guide gives you ideas on how to implement index cards into your school, and also gives subject-specific info to place on the cards.

It is broken down into 5 sections: Introduction, Informational and Flashcards, Timeline Chest, Games and Activities, and Home Maintenance. You will find info on Bible, Math, Language, History, Geography, Science, Art, and Music.

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May 11th, 2010
This helped me to jumpstart so many other ideas. Although using index cards cannot be the ONLY tool used, it is a very helpful one. There were so many ideas and suggestions that I now have a stockpile of index cards and boxes ready for whatever we are [...]
January 18th, 2008
I like this guide and I am using the ideas from it. I must admit that when I first got it, I was a little disappointed. I think perhaps I was expecting something different. I read through it, and I set it aside for awhile. Then awhile la [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on January 01, 2005.