Composition Notebook Half College Ruled / Half Graph
Notebook: 7 x 10 inch (17.78 x 25.4 cm.)
- Half and half paper (dual designs) allow you to get creative.
- There are lots of reasons someone may want mixed paper styles on one sheet.
- Adults may like to plot designs, craft projects or solve engineering problems and write accompanying notes or draw sketches.
- Kids may like to solve a math problem and describe how they solved it (or even write a story about the problem )
- The blank and lined papers can also be used as a story paper for writing practice.
- Use your imagination to find functions for this paper in different niches.
- This is the standard for composition or writing books for elementary school kids.
- Design projects, mapping for board/video/roleplay games, designing floorplans, tiling or yard landscaping, playing pen and pencil games, planning embroidery, cross stitch or knitting. Some occupational therapists use squared paper for writing practice. Artists may use grids to copy pictures. Programmers, engineers, and scientists may prefer graph paper for notes that involve formulas.
- It can also be a good choice for the elderly, for people who have large handwriting and people with visual impairment.
- It is also a good choice for 'casual' writing notebooks for teens.
- 100 pages - 50 sheets
College rule: (also known as medium ruled paper) is the most common lined paper in use in the United States. It is generally used in middle school through to college and is also popular with adults.
The horizontal spacing is 9/32" or 7.1mm. Trim sizes with a width over 6" include a margin ruled 1 1⁄4 inches (32 mm) from the left hand of the page. Smaller trim sizes do not include a margin.
Quad Rule graph paper: graph paper, also known as 4x4 graph paper has four squares per inch, so each square measures 0.25" x 0.25." It is frequently used for math or science purposes for teens and adults. The larger quad rule sized squared paper may be better for younger children.
Have fun & enjoy this Notebook.