Bold Line Templates
With the following resources (pdf or Word files), you can produce your own bold lined paper using your colour printer or photocopier. Make sure the photocopier is set to the correct colour if necessary and print the exact number of pages required.
Why Green Lines?
Bold lined paper is often produced with green lines. This is because students generally write in black or blue – and green is a colour that offers good contrast but is a different colour to the student’s pen.
Lined Paper – Portrait
Lined Paper – Landscape
- 15mm dotted thirds (green) / 15mm dotted thirds (black)
- 18mm (green) / 18mm (black)
- 18mm dotted thirds (green) / 18mm dotted thirds (black)
- 25mm (green) / 25mm (black)
- 25mm dotted thirds (green) / 25mm dotted thirds (black)
- 35mm (green) / 35mm (black)
- 35mm dotted thirds (green) / 35mm dotted thirds (black)
- 50mm (green) / 50mm (black)