Multi-Sensory Raised Ruled Paper - 8.5" x 11" (40 sheets)
This 8.5” x 11” paper pad contains 40 single-sided sheets of 1/2” ruled paper with raised headlines and baselines. The raised lines guide children to stay between the lines while also teaching handwriting through touch in addition to sight. Conforms to D’Nealian and Zaner-Bloser handwriting styles. Tape bound and vertically-orientated.
The Multi-Sensory Raised Ruled Tablet has raised headlines and baselines which help students stay within the guidelines. It helps teach handwriting through two senses: sight and touch. This portrait-oriented tablet mimics a standard notebook, making it a great option for students who benefit from the raised ruling, but may not want to draw attention to their learning difference. The headlines are blue and the baselines are red. It has a 1/2" ruling, 1/4" dotted midline and 1/4" skip space, and conforms to both D'Nealian™ and Zaner-Bloser™ handwriting styles.
It just looks like any other handwriting for learning to write letters, until you touch it! The solid lines are raised and feel like they are embossed. Dotted lines are flat as they are meant to be written over. The paper has a 5/8" ruling, a 5/16" dotted midline and 5/16" skip space. Headlines are blue and baselines are red, and pages are printed on one side only. Ruling conforms to Zaner-Bloser and D'Nealian handwriting programs. The paper in this pad is sturdier than standard handwriting paper pads. Available in a 40-sheet pad (bound at the top, landscape format) or in a package of 100 loose sheets. Sara
5 months ago
We Love the Multi Sensory Raised Ruled Paper Tablets for My Daughter . Even Though The Raised Ruled Paper Tablets are ; For Elementary Students , Learning to Write their Letters Correctely . My Daughter is in High School and She Uses the Raised Ruled Paper
Tablets to Remind her to Write her Letters Correctly Too . The Spacing Between the Lines is Perfect for Her When she is Taking Notes and when She is Writing Esays Too . Thank You so Very Much and have Great Day .
Lisa Fisher Mom
5 months ago