New Printable Paper

by Kay on January 8, 2014

I’m pretty excited that has reached 1,200 printable paper templates, with my recent addition of 100 new variations featuring different line angles, margins, colors and inversions.

Math students with a bit of flair can try graphing their equations on inverted graph paper. This new take on an old standard produces a negative-like quality where the background is gray and the heavy index lines show up as white.
There are also two new types of lined paper: colored and slanted. The colored paper is specifically designed for those who have trouble with dyslexia, dysgraphia or scotopic sensitivity. The pale red, blue, green, gray and yellow backgrounds reduce the negative effects of the bright white paper. There’s also slant paper available, which has penmanship lines at different angles for right- and left-handed people.

Finally, there are new music paper for any choral composers who want to mix treble and bass clef, or for any five-string instrumentalists looking for tablature paper.

There are 1,201 paper templates that can be downloaded and printed for free as PDFs from There are forms for school use such as columnar paper, penmanship paper, isometric paper and logarithmic paper. There are also fun templates for comic books, games, dot paper and score sheets.

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