Creative Teaching Press™ Dots on Black Computer Printer Paper having a black border filled with multi hued dots surrounds the center white writing area.
This packet features 50 unbound sheets of paper appropriate for use in printer or copy machine, as well as for handwriting letters. Generated from quality raw materials chosen to meet industry standards and federal regulations regarding paper production; this paper is an acid free, lignin free product meeting non toxic standards for use with children.
This Dots on Black Computer Printer Paper is appealing to Little Scribes. The sheet has a nice smooth surface for ease of writing with pen or pencil. Little Scribes use Primary Ticonderoga pencils, can be erased without fear that page will crumple or rip under the hand of small children, does not bleed through when ball point pen is used by Mrs M to pen a note and is attractive to the eye.
Included in the Language Arts Standards for our state is a component regarding letter writing. Osage County First Grade learns to write real letters to real people including peers as daily announcements proclaiming a job well done by one of the middle grade students, or to managers of Rib Crib, McAlisters and other restaurants in our area who keep Osage County First Grade supplied with mints for our Monday Mint container and especially writing missives to –Our- military man.
During the school term just finished Second Grade spent an hour each day with Osage County First Grade. We trek down the corridor to the Little Learner Computer lab where Little Learners work on grade level or combination activities during that hour; and the Second Graders carried on the tradition of letters to –Our- military man they had begun during their First Grade year. Writing to the former member of our school family, –Our- military man graduated from High School and soon enlisted in the Air Force. Our letters continue to be penned on kid or school themed papers.
For the reason that First Grade continues to be a time calling for a good bit of teacher directed aid for letter writing; during most of the First Grade term children struggle to write words as I model and dictate, at first writing each letter stroke by stroke, with much discussion regarding capital letters, punctuation marks and the like. I seek out as many student, school orUSAoriented papers as I can locate for my students to use.
While the missives first produced read the same; they are penned in childish hand on varying bordered papers for diversity of sight if not content.
As the school term continues Little Learners become more skillful at forming letters and spelling words and commence to write words using newfound phonetic skills and spelling skills to put in writing several sentences of their own following the class working together to set down the preliminary Salutation and opening sentence or two.
Although each Little Scribe may be penning the same transcript during much of the school year; the letters do take on a bit of life of their own upon appearing written in a different penmanship hand on paper having a multiplicity of border graphics.
Happy to recommend Creative Teaching Press™ Dots on Black Computer Printer Paper
NOTE: Other uses for this attractive computer printer paper includes generating awards, announcements, invitations, pepping up and personalizing newsletters, letters home to parents, notes from Principal to classroom teachers, bulletin board messages, writing center prompts, and more, uses are limited only by imagination.
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Internet search including notes from the Creative Teaching Press site: Creative Teaching Press (CTP) is a family-owned and teacher-managed supplemental educational publisher for grades PreK-8.
An acknowledged leader in the industry and offers a wide variety of learning décor and research-based, teacher-tested products that deliver standards-driven content including: phonics, reading, writing, math, science, and social studies. In 1965, Luella Connelly was a classroom teacher looking for products that would pick up where textbooks left off. After 17 years in the classroom, she knew that students often needed something beyond textbooks to reinforce skills in a creative and comfortable way.
CTP celebrates more than four decades of providing parents and teachers with high-quality, easy-to-use solutions.
What started as a simple idea to help students learn, turned into a company that Luella and her husband, Pat, ran until their retirement in 1998. The company's big break came in 1977 with the introduction of its innovative Scratch ‘n Sniff reward stickers. Market response to these stickers was phenomenal, with teachers and students all over the world buying and collecting them!
Jim Connelly, Luella and Pat's son, has held multiple titles and responsibilities since joining the company in 1982. He was named president in 1994. In his tenure with CTP, the company has quadrupled its sales and expanded its international market presence.
Since the Scratch ‘n Sniff phenomenon, CTP has been at the forefront of the educational market. CTP expanded offerings to cover educational needs for grades PreK-8. Its editors, product developers, and authors all have classroom teaching experience and regularly visit classrooms and attend workshops and conventions to ensure that CTP's products are what teachers want and need!
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