Experts say that drawing and coloring are great for a child’s development. They also suggest you have your children describe what they’ve drawn and then write it on the paper for them. As they get older, they can write in their own description.
This paper makes all that easier. You can buy a whole book of paper like this from some of the big names in homeschool curriculum, or just print a page as you need it with this digital .pdf download. For some extra fun, print on colored paper or heavy weight cardstock!
Page one has line spacing similar to the hand writing without tears program while page two has the more tradition solid/dashed line spacing as shown in the photo above. There’s even plenty of space to the left of the image to three-hole punch your paper.