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If your primary grade students have a story to tell, nothing beats including a picture in the exercise. The writing paper templates in this section have room at the top for students to illustrate a story topic (what they did last summer or any other writing prompt), and the line widths at the bottom of the page are in various sizes appropriate for different grade levels.

A great way to encourage hand writing practice is to ask students to document stories. The hand writing paper templates on this page include space at the top of the page for students to illustrate a picture. The bottom part of the page has handwriting practice space with the traditional 3-line layout that provides student guidance for correctly forming letter shapes. The three line format has a darker baseline to emphasize the correct place to anchor letter shapes. The dashed middle line is in a lighter color, and the top line is shown in red to emphasize that letter shapes should not exceed this edge.These story PDF pages are appropriate for preschool, kindergarten or early elementary grade students.