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Britain since the 1930s
ID cards
One of our projects connected to our Britain since the 1930s topic was to make our own ID cards. The children looked at a variety of identification papers (army pay books, ID cards, record books) from that time and drew up a list of information that they wanted to include on their own ID cards. They designed their own ID cards on paper first and then used a DTP package to produce their cards on the computer. Some children chose to scan in artwork to complete their designs. Others chose to add a digital picture. All the ID cards had a set of rules on the back.
There is a copy of a real ID card below. If you're lucky you may be able to get hold of one to show in class. We scanned the ID cards we had, colour printed copies (glued the two sides together) and laminated them to provide sturdy cards that the children could handle and look at with no risk to the originals.


This is a post war National ID card.



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