Smart Start K-1 Writing Paper 100 sheet pack

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Item #: 007420
EAN: 712246065018
Grades: K-1

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Publisher: Frog Street Press

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Easy for children to learn placement of letters
I really like the paper, the only thing that would make it better is if it were printed on both sides to get more use out of it.
April 26, 2018
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the color lines help the children.
Tracy K on Jul 10, 2018
My son uses this paper in school.
Holly G on Mar 22, 2018
the color lines help the children.
Tracy K on Jul 10, 2018
Beginning of kindergarten trace name then write name paper.
Kristin M on May 28, 2018
My son uses this paper in school.
Holly G on Mar 22, 2018
Because I want to see if it helps my kinders with their handwriting
Amanda S on Oct 29, 2017
I am a preschool teacher and this method my students really enjoy
Heather M on Sep 11, 2017
Recommended by colleague
Maureen F on Aug 28, 2017
I own a pediatric therapy center. Happy with this paper to treat handwriting with students.
David G on Apr 27, 2017
This paper is very helpful to students who need verbal prompts to form letters.
Raven J on Mar 31, 2017
Good for kindergarten writing; shows boundaries well.
Catherine M on Mar 25, 2017
We have a Kindergarten class and love to use this paper for their writing journals.
DeAnna H on Feb 23, 2017
I chose this item to help my students learn to write their names on the lines.
Cicely S on Nov 13, 2016
I am an OT and have several students who are not aware of baseline boundaries, the difference between upper and lower case letters and the fact that you stay within the lines.
Nancy H on Sep 15, 2016
To teach early writing skills to my preschooler
User on Jul 28, 2016
Because I used something very similar (with stoplights) when I learned to write as a child
Rachel P on Jun 12, 2016
I like it
Elizabeth B on Apr 29, 2016
To give my son visual cues for forming letters correctly; to make writing and spelling practice more interesting
User on Dec 27, 2015
I am a special education teacher and am working with a child that has visual impairment and visual motor problems.
Melissa N on Dec 3, 2015
It is the same as used in the classroom
Alan T on Oct 22, 2015
Beginning of kindergarten trace name then write name paper.
Kristin M on May 28, 2018
Because I want to see if it helps my kinders with their handwriting
Amanda S on Oct 29, 2017
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