This packet has a variety of adaptive writing paper that has visual cues to help with using the right and left margins as well as spacing between letters and words. The use of two-tone writing lines helps to define the upper and lower writing lines for letter sizing. Grid boxes are helpful to define space for each letter as well as teach spacing between letters and words. Transitional hash marks help to fade-out the use of grid boxes and continues to provide the visual cue for spacing; as well as, provides a visual indicator for sizing (lower case short letters stay within the height of the hash marks; whereas the tall lower case letters and upper case letters, touch the top writing line). As the student becomes consistent with spacing, the two-tone writing lines with a middle dotted line is used next to transition from the hash marks to standard writing lines with a middle dotted line. Next is the standard two-toned paper without the middle-dotted line cues. There are 3 forms of this paper: drawing space with writing lines; standard; and journal entry style. In addition to the two tone paper, wide-ruled and college-ruled paper is provided with the middle dotted line.