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HELP, some time ago I had about 50 smallish sized task cards about 5 inches long, that were from some Character Education resource.

They were laminated and I could use them for devotion/prayer/discussion... like conversation cards. They had a passage on them to read and may have related to the bible (I can't recall) but were headed as VALUES such as.... one was called INTEGRITY (in orange font). I think one was Love, Honesty etc....

They were great for a class prayer, reflection or morning group discussion.


Does anyone have them or something similar to share or send me?? PLEASE?!
If you would rather send them to me direct, would you kindly PM me.

Much appreciated.

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Smurfyteach 08-17-2018 04:56 AM

HELP, some time ago I had about 50 smallish sized task cards about 5 inches long, that were from some Character Education resource.

They were laminated and I could use them for devotion/prayer/discussion... like conversation cards. They had a passage on them to read and may have related to the bible (I can't recall) but were headed as VALUES such as.... one was called INTEGRITY (in orange font). I think one was Love, Honesty etc....

They were great for a class prayer, reflection or morning group discussion.


Does anyone have them or something similar to share or send me?? PLEASE?!
If you would rather send them to me direct, would you kindly PM me.

Much appreciated.




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