Here is a small collection of ready to print music paper. The first one is particularly interesting for students who may prefer this style typically used in apps like GarageBand, Logic Pro X, and other Digital Audio Workstation apps. This style is more commonly being used in newer apps for tablets versus the traditional music staff.
Let me know how your students do with the graphic notation - piano keyboard page, if you use it.
I recommend introducing GarageBand iOS or other apps for any device that used the graphic notation to demonstrate the linear, length of line to determine pitch and duration. See my other resources that show this, recently Rhythm and Melody with Technology file available here. See also my free resource of recommended melody creation apps February 2016 available here, as well.
Note that you could use these with a tablet as a PDF to promote a paperless activity with students using a stylus. There are apps that will help with this, e.g., Skitch or Notability.