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Christmas Lined Writing Paper - Black and White Set

Christmas Lined Writing Paper - Black and White Set

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Need a simple way to encourage writing in your students’ routine? Inspire holiday writing with this fun and easy to use Christmas Lined Paper Set. Including 8 writing pages to choose from, writing about holiday traditions and activities will be a breeze.

These lined pages are perfect for Christmas poems, Christmas memories, and so much more! Featuring wide handwriting lines best for lower elementary levels.


1. A simple, low-prep activity to help kids capture Christmas memories
2. Fun, Christmas-themed clip art
3. Perfect for early beginning writers to practice writing
4. Each page is 8.5" x 11", but you can adjust this in your printer settings.

You will receive 8 pdf printable pages!

PERSONAL USE ONLY: All files/images/printables/prints are for personal (non-commercial) use only. Please do not share, forward, sell, or redistribute in any capacity. Files are not for resale. You may print as many copies as you wish for your personal use.

This is an instant download. No physical items will be shipped by mail. This file is not an editable PDF. Customizations for this item are not offered at this time.

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Tips for encouraging writing during the elementary years!

Encouraging writing during the elementary years can be a fun and rewarding adventure. First and foremost, create a welcoming writing environment at home and school. Provide plenty of paper, colorful pens, and a variety of writing tools to make the process enjoyable. Sometimes, a glittery gel pen or a scented marker can transform writing into a delightful experience that kids look forward to.

Next, show children the real-world applications of writing. Let them compose shopping lists, write letters to relatives, or even assist in planning family outings. When kids see that writing isn't just about schoolwork but a valuable skill for daily life, they're more likely to embrace it with enthusiasm.

Lastly, celebrate and showcase their work. Hang their masterpieces on the fridge, create a mini "author's corner" at home, or organize a class bookmaking project. When young writers see that their efforts are acknowledged and appreciated, it boosts their confidence and inspires them to keep putting their thoughts on paper. Remember, the journey of encouraging writing should be an exciting and joyous one, filled with encouragement, creativity, and lots of storytelling!

Blessings and Happy Holidays!

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