This package includes scans of 3 lazy postcards from the 1930s - 1950s. One of the is used the others are not.
I use these for short writing practice. Students get to write and deliver postcards to each other. I use locker numbers as an address and select a mailperson.
Indeed I have found myself answering lots of questions about a world and time when people sent postcards instead of texting.
You will get best results if you print the postcards on cardstock paper.
Originally written as part of a program for mildly intellectually disabled students I have found that they are very popular with the literacy centre. In fact, once people (Staff as well as students found them) they get picked up and mailed out all over.
Please note: these are very large prints (this one is 600 dpi) and can be resized to taste. Legal sized paper works well I find. The results that I liked best for this one is on cardstock..