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Here’s a mini-post of something that might be useful for a variety of teachers: graph paper PDFs and generators. The page has much more than standard graph paper, including musical staff paper, storyboards (great for helping student writers!), polar graphs, and all kinds of things. There’s even a generator where you can enter your own parameters. I’m sure this could be useful in lots of different classes–in fact, just looking at might give you some ideas.

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