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St Patrick’s Day Stationery – 12


Free St Patrick’s Day Stationery – Children’s Writing Paper – This FREE download is ideal letter writing paper for kids. Letters. Lists. You name it.


St Patrick’s Day Stationery – Lined 12

Writing Paper for Kids

St Patrick's Day Stationery

St Patrick’s Day Stationery – Lined 12

Possible Writing Paper Uses:

1. Publishing Writing – From fantasy to nonfiction pieces, students can publish the final draft of their writing on these decorative pages.
2. Printing Published Writing – After students finish their final drafts have them write their masterpieces on this graphic paper.
3. Poetry Display – Celebrate your students’ poetry efforts by having them publish their work on this printable stationery. 
4. Writing Letters – Students can write letters to pen-pals, authors or family members on this lined writing paper.
5. About an Artwork – Create a text to either explain how the artwork was created or an ‘about this image’ piece. 

6. Student Books – Students can create their own books using the lined paper. 
7. 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!
8. 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.
9. Use Your Imagination – there are so many possibilities to be explored when you have a blank piece of paper 🙂 

How to Download Your
St Patrick’s Day Stationery:
  1. Add this printable writing paper to your Cart using the ‘Add to Cart’ Button. NB You can only get the resources 2 at a time. #longstory
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  4. Press ‘Place Order’ and then scroll down to ‘Order Details’ and click on your resource there. It will open ready to save, print, write on 

Where to Next?

How about some Word Family PowerPoints or a FREE Sight Word Game

or some Roman Numerals Lessons or maybe ALL my Reading Games
free desktop labels

 or maybe something completely different – Free Desktop Labels

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