Picture Sequence Cards was a product produced by the Milton Bradley company in 1966. It was a smart and clever way to teach kids how to tell stories using beautifully illustrated flash cards.
The stylized artwork for these cards were done with just black ink and blue spot-color. The art really is a great throw back to the late 1960s.
Picture Sequence Cards contained twenty sets of four-card sequences depicting various actions. By arranging the cards in correct sequence, the pupil increased their attention span, and cognitive thinking.
Let's take a closer look at some of the cards.
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