Practice your math division skills with this complete set of flash cards from 1965!
This set was made by McGraw-Hill and contains 82 problems (on 41 double-sided flashcards) plus progress test sheets.
The large size of these cards make them perfect to incorporate into your paper projects, altered art, journals, scrapbooks, or tags. So many possibilities for using vintage flash cards!
At the time of this listing, we have three sets of flash cards from this same collection available (as shown in the last photo).
This set of division flash cards are in very good vintage condition. The box is intact. There is clear tape on the box, as shown, and the box shows wear - mainly on the corners. The flash cards are in excellent condition - they look like they were rarely, if ever, used. There are no folds, creases, rips or tears, and there is no writing on the cards. The cards are made of a heavy manilla cardstock, and they have yellowed slightly with age. The plastic slider window is still in working condition, as shown. The paper test sheets have yellowed with age, but there are no rips, tears, or writing on them. Please use the ZOOM tool to get a close up view of this item and its condition.
- 1 complete set of Teach-Me New Math Division Flash Cards in original box (as shown)
- Product Material: Cardstock
- Product Color: Ivory Cardstock, Black Printing
- Product Dimensions: cards are 6" long x 3" wide, and are double-sided
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