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Unlined Paper – Santa in Snow


Free Christmas Digital Paper – Santa – Children’s Writing Paper – This FREE download is ideal letter writing paper for kids. Letters. Lists. You name it. 


Digital Writing Paper – Santa in Snow


Free Christmas Writing Paper - Santa in the Snow

Christmas Writing Paper – Santa in the Snow 

Free Christmas Unlined Digital Paper  (with a cute Santa in the Snow)  – People are using these digital paper downloads as lined writing paper for letters to Santa or to write a newsie letter on about the year to include in the Christmas card. What might you use it for?

Other Possible Digital Writing Paper Uses:

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 fonts to reflect the mood of the 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.

Where to Next?

How about some Printable Classroom Numbers or Free Problem Solving Activities

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