This floppy dog makes a fun illustration for our writing paper - a pefect page for a thank you letter to a friend who loves dogs, perhaps?
Chinese Zodiac Writing Paper
These Chinese New Year writing paper designs and frames come in three formats - blank, with handwriting lines or ruled - so that all ages can use them for their Chinese New Year projects. Perfect for writing about Chinese horoscopes, studying Chinese New Year, or perhaps sending out a thank you letter for a Lucky Money gift.
This dragon writing paper is useful for all sorts of projects - perfect for writing a fairy tale or a story of brave knights perhaps! It also combines with our Chinese Zodiac set of printables.
Use this goat writing paper for a farmyard theme, or perhaps to write about Chinese New Year of the Goat, or the people born under it. You could also use it for retelling the classic story of Three Billy Goats Gruff.
This pretty horse writing paper will appeal to horse fans and makes great stationery for thank you letters - or for writing a horse story, perhaps.
Love this cheeky monkey! Kids love this writing paper design, too, so it is a good one to choose for writing thank you letters.Also useful for Chinese New Year of the Monkey writing projects.
This ox writing paper is perfect for Year of the Ox - perhaps you could use it to write about the characteristics of children born into that year? And of course it is also suitable for creative writing...
This gorgeous rat writing paper is cute enough to encourage even the most reluctant writers to put pencil to paper! We have three versions available - framed, lined and with handwriting lines.
This fun rooster writing paper is perfect for a farm story, or perhaps for Chinese New Year (for the Year of the Rooster, or writing about the characteristics of people born in it).
Snake writing paper in three versions - blank, ruled and with handwriting lines - to print and use in the classroom or home.
We've got three versions of our tiger writing paper for you to print: one blank with a frame for younger children, one with handwriting lines, and one with smaller lines for older kids.