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Flash Cards by Rita Dove
In math I was the whiz kid, keeper of oranges and apples. What you don't understand, master, my father said; the faster I answered, the faster they came. I could see one bud on the teacher's geranium, one clear bee sputtering at the wet pane. The tulip tree always dragged after heavy rain so I tucked my head as my boots slapped home. My father put up his feet after work and relaxed with a highball and The Life of Lincoln. After supper we drilled and I climbed the dark before sleep, before a thin voice hissed numbers as I spun on a wheel. I had to guess. Ten, I kept saying, I'm only ten.
In my opinion, flashcards can be overused to the point that they are creating more stress in your life than they are eliminating. With StudyStack if you are getting too stressed out using flashcards, try mixing in some of the other activities. Playing a game of Hangman or Hungry Bug can give your brain the diversion you need.