Editable print-practice paper! There are two ways to use it:
1) You can print out blank ones for some handy writing paper.
2) You can enter some dashed-line text for the little ones to trace.
Maybe you have a little poem in mind. You can type it in, print it out, make copies, and let the kids go to work tracing. Some teachers also use it for name-writing practice. They type the student's name on each line, print, then repeat for the next student. Or you can type in the day's agenda and have students copy it first thing in the morning.
Check out the thumbnails and preview for a closer look at how it works.
This editable print-practice paper works with the free Adobe Reader. You don't need to install any fonts or Microsoft software. The art is "blackline" so it will copy clearly.
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Editable Print-Practice Paper - Autumn Theme
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