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True and False Boards

True or False Boards are a fun way of creating learning material. The questions and answers are set up in two lines and mixed up so that they don’t line up beside each other.

A brass paper binder is placed beside each question and answer.

The Scout then uses a simple light circuit to find out the correct answers by placing one side of the circuit on a question pin and trying to discover the answer - the light goes on when he/she is correct.

Look at picture above to see how to do it.

Supplies you need:
- Brass paper binding studs
- Cardboard
- Simple light Circuit

You can also see a video tutorial of how to do it here:

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