First I want to provide a quick picture tutorial on printing The Mystery of History volume 4 Challenge Cards, and yes this will work with the other volumes.
(If you are here to for notebooking pages scroll down)
How to Print The Mystery of History volume 4 Challenge Cards
I have a love hate relationship with technology. If you have found yourself completely stressed by getting the challenge cards to match-up I hope these two phrases will help.
In the printer settings change the options to Short Edge and Actual Size.
Once these two options have been selected print a test page to see how things are lining up. Fingers crossed that the lines now match-up! If not leave a comment…I have computer whispers who can help.
The Mystery of History volume 4 Jeopardy with Challenge Cards:
Now that you have printed doubled sided and cut out all of those challenge cards let’s play a game.
- Select 5 categories. I chose music, war, famous people, famous events and dates to remember.
- First I sorted all the cards into one of the 5 categories.
- Then I selected 5 cards from each pile.
- I used a thumbtack to secure each card behind the dollar amount.
The Mystery of History volume 4 Notebooking Pages
I have to confess, I have felt guilty this past semester when using The Mystery of History volume 4 notebooking pages with my boys because I know so many of you wanted them too!
Without any more delay…they are finished!
If you can not wait to own your own set, click over to the Bright Ideas Press store and download your copy of The Mystery of History volume 4 Notebook pages .
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We are just about done with Q3 and I think I need to brainstorm some project ideas.