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Pacon® Chart Pads, D‘Nealian™ Cursive Cover

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Item #: 901-JV34989
  Model #: PAC74740
Brand: Pacon
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Pacon® Chart Pads, D‘Nealian™ Cursive Cover
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Description
The Pacon D-Nealian Cursive Cover Chart Pad is ruled the short way on both sides to allow writing in form and style. The Pacon Ruled Cursive Chart Pad is ideal for writing in print and cursive style. Featuring solid blue headlines, dotted blue midlines and solid red baselines, this chart tablet can be used by children to practice basic handwriting. Available in a set of 25 sheets, you can use them to teach how to write the alphabet and numbers too.
  • Cursive chart tablet containing 25 sheets perfect for improving basic handwriting skills
  • Dimensions: 32"H x 24"W
  • Spiral binding keeps the sheets together and make them easy to flip
  • D-Nealian style blue headlines, dotted blue midlines and red baselines for ease of writing
  • Cover shows alphabet/numerals with directional arrows for class demonstration and on the inside cover to model letters/numerals when writing in the tablet
  • 24x32" tablets D’Nealian ruled in blue with red baseline
  • Sulphite bond papers made of recyclable materials are durable
  • Printed 2 sides
  • 2" ruled
  • 1" dotted midline and 1" skip space
  • White sheets highlight letters legibly
  • 2 punched holes for filing
Specifications
Education Subject Matter : Writing Skills Kids Theme : School Width in Inches : 24 School Grade : Multi-Grade
Length in Inches : 32 Poster & Chart Type : Charts Brand : Pacon Customizable : No
Weight : 2.10 lbs. per Each

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