They are very simple and to the point. There is no extra color other than the portraits themselves. The names are not on the cards, but on a separate list. The number of each president is below their portrait.
There are a number of different ways to use them. Maybe you only want your children to know a select few? Or perhaps you want them to learn all of them, but don't care if they recognize their photo and just want the kids to learn them in order? You could have them work on identifying them by their portrait as well. Any other ideas on how to study the presidents?
We're using these cards with a book called Smart About the Presidents by Jon Buller. It seems engaging for children in an otherwise dry study of the presidents of the US.
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