I'm an elementary school teacher and social studies is one of my favorite subjects to teach; I love history. So when I saw that there was going to be an insert set on the history of Topps, I knew I would have to have it. It cost me just a few bucks, and I've got the set.
The history isn't very detailed (you can't fit that much on the back of ten cards) and it's not as hard hitting as Mint Condition or Card Sharks. But you can still learn a few things about Topps.
I've seen some of these on different blogs, but I haven't seen anyone put up the complete set. So I will.
The cards are in order, #1-10, front, then back. Read your assignment carefully. If you finish early you may have some quiet free time at your seat until recess. If you have any questions, raise your hand and I'll come around to help you. Any questions? Good, then you may begin reading.
Class dismissed; but be ready for a quiz tomorrow!