The Double Line Difference
The double lines on each page help control students’ letter size, spacing, and placement. They promote legible writing that is easily transferred to other styles of paper. Visually, double lines are simple. They indicate the middle space. More than half of all print lowercase letters fit in the middle space, including the most frequently used letters: a, e, n, o, and s.
Eliminate line confusion, and you’ll see neatness improve immediately.
And Building Writers
Writing doesn't need to feel cumbersome. Using Building Writers in conjunction with Writing Journals provides the spark that students need to communicate their thoughts on paper. These grade-level writing journals provide students with an organized tool for independent writing. They're ideally suited for composing reading responses and strengthening their handwriting through practice.