Oxford® Index Cards(22 Products)
What Are Oxford Index Cards?
Oxford ruled index cards are sheets of cardstock cut into smaller sizes. Index cards were originally created to help people quickly look up information in large libraries and databases. Now, you would likely use Oxford note cards to write down key talking points and facts for a presentation. You can write on index cards using pens, pencils, or markers. Since they are cut from card stock, they are durable and more resistant to wrinkles and tearing.
What Size Are Oxford Index Cards?
Oxford index cards come in an array of different sizes, but the most common size is 3” x 5”. While sheets of copy paper are larger and ideal for printing, index cards are more portable and easy to store in your pocket. Many manufacturers use precision cut technology to ensure that each pack of Oxford blank index cards you buy is one uniform size. If you require more space to write down important notes and information, there are larger sizes available, like 4” x 6” and 5” x 8. Some index cards are narrow-ruled, meaning they have more lines to help you write smaller and squeeze everything on one card.
How Can Oxford Index Cards Be Used?
Oxford index cards have many applications in class, at work, and at home. These cards are perfect for recording any information you will need for quick future reference. Students can keep Oxford note cards in their binders or folders for fast note-taking and studying. Learn more about the different ways you can use these helpful index cards below:
- Make flashcards for studying: Many students love to use Oxford index cards when it’s time to study for an upcoming test. Students can write down quick notes during class or use them to create flashcards to help them remember vocabulary words.
- Record your recipes: Home chefs use Oxford note cards to write down and remember their favorite recipes. Some cooks even laminate their recipe index cards so they can use them in the kitchen without worrying about accidentally spilling food on them.
- Create quick reminders: Use note cards to write down quick reminders about talking points for an important presentation. You can also use these to leave a note on the table for someone to read on their way to work in the morning. Colorful index cards are a great way to grab someone’s attention before they leave the house.