1. Folder Covers – Help students keep papers and subjects organized with different patterned pages. Use the ‘Ferns’ for a green science folder and ‘Blue Clouds’ for a blue math folder!
2. Report Title Pages – Whether for a book report or researching their favorite animal, students using a ready made title page will be a huge time saver.
3. Publishing Writing – From fantasy to nonfiction pieces, students can publish the final draft of their writing on these decorative pages.
4. Printing Published Writing – After students type their final drafts, they can print their masterpieces on this graphic paper.
5. Poetry Display – Celebrate student’s creative poetry by displaying their work with an artistic touch. Encourage the use of font to reflect mood of piece but must remain readable.
6. Writing Letters – Students can write letters to pen-pals, authors, and family members on lined pages.
7. Frame Artwork – To accompany writing, students can illustrate their piece.
8. Little Book Covers– Students can fold the unlined paper in half to use as a cover for a mini book. After students create a short story, they can write and illustrate it on blank white paper. Then use the unlined writing paper as a decorative cover.
9. Back to School Night Letters – Students can write a letter to their parents about their excitement for the new school year. When parents visit for Back to School Night, they can write back to their children. It’s a nice surprise for students to see when they return to school the next day!
10. Make a List– If students are listing “How To” steps or directions to follow, they can use the lined paper to keep their thoughts organized.