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Growing up, I attended a hippie public school. Our desks were not in rows, we had no letter grades, and we called our teachers by their first names.
Students were encouraged to create our own schedules and adhere as loosely as we liked to the small amount of structure they gently offered. Therefore, instead of working hard on math, I chose to focus on writing and drawing. And secretly trading stickers with my girlfriends in the coatroom.
When I stumbled upon this textbook at the library book sale in my hometown, I nearly broke out into an anxious sweat. But, instead of running and hiding in a corner, I decided to bring it home and take it apart. Take that, sucka!
Take a break, put down your iPhone and write a letter.
5.5" x 8.5"
rounded top corners
light turquoise dotted lines
handy arrows that help you know where to fold so it fits in the envelope
4" x 5.75"
made of the same paper stock (28# Mohawk Via Satin writing paper in bright white)
Die cut liners ripped right from the pages of 'Mathematics Around Us' ca. 1978
either 1.5" round or 1.5" oval scalloped die cuts from the same textbook.