What does one do with blank top paper?
Blank-top paper is useful for more activities than I am about to suggest. To sum up almost everything in one sentence, Typically one can draw on the blank top area of the paper and write something about the drawing on the ruled area of the paper.
Draw a picture of something, such as a dog, and write dog several times or a sentence about the dog.
Draw a picture of your house and write your address.
Draw a picture of yourself or family members and write their names or write a short story or a little bit about the person.
Draw a picture of a telephone and write your phone numbers.
The 2012 Set has 9 rule sizes from 1 inch through 1/4 inch in 1/8 inch increments including 1 centimeter and 1/4 inch Tall.
Rule sizes, when printed, may not be exactly as described.
The rule lines are in shades of gray. The bottom line is the darkest and the middle line is the lightest.
The set has all rule sizes in both fully ruled paper and blank top paper. Additionally, the 1/4 inch rule is available in a booklet format.
The paper named 1/4 inch Tall is not symmetrical. The lowercase part of the rule is 1/8 inch, as it should be for a 1/4 rule, but the other two areas of the rule are taller. The uppercase part is 3/16 inch tall and the lowest part of the rule is 1/4 inch tall.
To print Fully Ruled paper in this style go to Handwriting Paper in Black & White or Grayscale
Pictured here is Vertical Grayscale Blank Top #4
Blank top paper is a much requested paper. The lower portion of the printable has handwriting lines and the upper part is blank so the child can draw a picture. This style is available in 4 sizes.
The vertical grayscale blank top files are linked below. The rule height is in this order: #1 is the narrowest rule and #4 is the widest.
The blank top files in this group are in black and white and come in seven rule sizes. Just in case the image does not load, the rule sizes are:
#1 - rule is 1/4 inch or 7mm
#2 - rule is 3/8 inch or 9mm
#3 - rule is 7/16 inch or 11mm
#4 - rule is 9/16 inch or 14mm
#5 - rule is 5/8 inch or 16mm
#6 - rule is 3/4 inch or 1 mm
#7 - rule is 13/16 inch or 21mm
1. The larger the size, the thicker the lines
2.Sizes are approximate - actual size might be slightly larger or smaller than stated size
The handwriting paper printables here have a pink line as the letter base line. Choose from horizontal or vertical or both. The ruled lines are in 4 sizes.
Love this nice pink and blue paper. The sizes listed are approximate.