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Draw and Journal Pages

Our children have always love the drawing and writing journals that we pick up every year. The only thing that’s hard is having them inside a journal book and not as loose leaf paper. There are many times that I like to include them in a lapbook we are working on or as part of another project we make.

As I’m gearing up for the upcoming school year, I put together some Draw and Journal Pages for the boys to use during their school time and hope that they will help you all out as well! They go along perfectly with the Draw Write Now series of books we absolutely love.


There are three pages {for now!!} in the free Draw and Journal Pages download. Depending on the ability of your child, there are some with larger spaced lines and one without a center dotted line. Download a copy for yourself and let me know if there are more that you would like to see added!

 

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Enjoy!

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  • Aimee Christian

    I wanted to print these, but the link only takes me to Amazon for a journal we actually already have :)

  • Denise

    The same here for us, including when I click on the picture. These look great! Thanks

  • fixing the links now. Not sure what happened with it. Thanks for letting me know!

  • updating the links. thanks for letting me know.

  • Stephanie

    YAY! Thanks! We will be using Draw, Write, Now this coming year and these will be perfect for it!

  • Jose Ibarra

    This is a great idea. Thank you for sharing this. I am going to include this in my blog. Thanks Nick

  • Angela

    thank you so much. We have been looking everywhere for these.

  • Karli

    These are super!! My 7 y/o loves to draw pictures and then writing about them. I just saw the Mead journals at Wal-Mart this am but had the same thought, that it was a bummer they were not loose leaf. Thanks so much!!

  • Kristin k

    These are great! Thanks for the HWOT lines!

  • LouanneMason

    very cool. thanks.

  • most welcome. :)

  • Yay!! I know Sammy is going to love these! His drawing is really taken off all of a sudden!

  • Thanks — these are great for us this summer, too! I’m having the kids keep up with their reading, and I think I’ll have them draw and journal the books as they go. Great resource. Thank you!

  • AnnMarie

    These are awesome. Thanks

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  • Angie Maes

    I would like to know where I can find a font that creates blank lines as you have done for these. I want to created handwriting sheets for the verses we are using and my 2cd’s of school fonts won’t print blank lines. Any Suggestions? I love your site! Thank you for sharing so much of what you do!

  • Angie,

    The font that I use is a part of this collection from Fonts for Teachers Deluxe: http://bit.ly/ilGYQr

    Jolanthe

  • B

    Thanks for this!

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  • Ads

    thanks – great resource.
    A full lined page would be great to complete a longer piece of writing. :)

  • Caramel

    Thanks so much – none of the draw and write journals I’ve seen online are available in Australia. This will be great.

  • enjoy!

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