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I did something similar, but one difference is, I used a multitude of colors. I 
looked for every color of index card I could find, so that there were only a few of 
each color for each class. When we laid the cards out on a table, it was much 
easier for each child to find his/her own. 
  We used the same library cards for the six years the students were in the school.
>I bought a looseleaf binder at my local office
>supplies store (Staples) that was designed to hold
>business cards. I sorted all of my kids library cards
>into homerooms, as that was how they visited the
>library. Labeled the pages and then just had to open
>the binder to the proper class when they came in and
>were ready to check out books. The library cards I
>purchased were the size of business cards and had the
>barcode and name printed on the same side. I also
>ordered green cards for the girls and blue cards for
>the boys, just to make it a little easier to find the
>right child.
  Jan Davies
  Library Media Specialist
  Laurel High School

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