Master plan

20th October 2000 at 01:00
When making worksheets, use a yellow highlighter to draw a line through the middle of your master copy. This will remind you that it is your master copy and you will not hand it out to one of the children. You can photocopy more worksheets from it as the photocopier does not reproduce the yellw line.

Penny Maddock, Plymouth

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