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Lined paper

Saturday, 27 January 2007 | 0 Comments

The new school year in Australia starts in just over a day.  Here’s a “new school year helpful printable download”.

At the start of a lesson, I hand out loose sheets of paper to students who forgot their book.  At the start of my first year I was handing out blank paper, and saw that many students didn’t cope well without lines.  So, I looked for some photocopier friendly lined paper (this may seem a little bizarre, but at our school we photocopy graph paper rather than buying pads).  In the end I made my own.

This page has lines spaced at 0.8cm (standard exercise book spacing).  Download 8mm line paper (PDF, 111 Kb).

I’m hoping this will rate as the least interesting post on this blog.

8mm Line Paper PDF, 111 Kb
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Simon Job — eleventh year of teaching maths in a public high school in Western Sydney, Australia.
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