Select the desired style, color and width of your page border, or choose an art border from the pop-up box.
The standard borders include variations on simple lines, while the art borders include everything from seasonal and holiday borders to abstract images.
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in Elementary Education with an emphasis in Early Childhood.
Printable Christmas writing paper will make writing Yuletide missives a lot more fun for you and your students.
The printables range from candy cane and holly borders to Christmas tree lights and even snowflakes.It may inspire your students to write about their Christmas tree and other family traditions.It's easy to enhance this lesson: Bring in Christmas lights and string them around the room or even around a bulletin board where you'll display the letters.Have students find pictures in magazines or on the internet to add to the decor in your room.Or, have students bring winter-themed photos from home to share and post around the room.Turn the letter-writing event into a botany lesson by explaining to students that there are 18 species of holly and that this plant can be deciduous or evergreen and grow into trees, shrubs, or lianas.A string of Christmas tree lights acts as a border for this Christmas writing page.The set of holiday stationery papers can be individually downloaded and saved on your computer or mobile device or immediately printed. Just click on the thumbnail to download or open the pdf file.The Flash border pages have an input area where you can type before printing.Give each student a candy cane to attach to their letters.If your students are a bit older, consider making the candy canes with their help.