Download this free PDF featuring 9 printable variations of a popular spring design from Stationery Studio®, our award-winning K-5 writing program. The software allows you to customize over 400 curriculum-based borders and shapes to match an individual student's writing levels and objectives. Our PDF shows just a few ways you can customize line width, line style, layout, and color. With the software, students can type at the computer or print and write by hand. You can also include dotted fonts. Explore the free trial today!
Other great news for March — to make Stationery Studio accessible to more educators, we've just lowered our pricing! A single computer license download is now only $69.95. The program features fun cross-curricular activities by Dr. Peggy Healy Stearns and hundreds of designs featuring art by Peter H. Reynolds.
If you like this post, check out this past entry featuring Stationery Studio projects created by educator and FableVision Learning Ambassador Linda Oaks. We also recommend look at these great Stationery Studio projects created by Ambassador Suzy Brooks. You can also type "Stationery Studio" into our search field for other samples by creative educators. Enjoy!
How do you encourage the reluctant writers in your class to write? What are your favorite writing activities for students? Comment below!