scratch paper


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scratch paper

n.
Paper used for taking notes, doodling, brainstorming, or writing informally, often repurposed from earlier uses, such as the reverse side of documents one no longer needs.
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Noun1.scratch paper - pad for preliminary or hasty writing or notes or sketches etc; "scribbling block" is a British term
notepad - a pad of paper for keeping notes
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Give them scratch paper to practice with before asking them to cut the shapes for their artwork.
We also collected scraps of cardboard, wrapped them in scratch paper and converted them into makeshift splints.
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Summary: Aside from the creative doodles on scratch paper, math problems rarely offer any opportunities for artistic expression.
On scratch paper, a school social worker can have students list five things they have said thank you for recently and group them into categories such as giving positive attention to someone.
Willis believes that one way teachers can lessen students' fear of participating during math discussions is by asking all students to answer every question, using scratch paper or electronic clickers to "bet" on answers, and then talking about the problem as a group.
The materials that will be provided to complete the assignment are: several cutouts of each shape and size, scratch paper, pencils, pens, rulers, markers, colored pencils, crayons, protractors, poster board, colored paper, and scissors.
Practice on scratch paper first to find out how much ink to put on your thumb and how hard to press.
When commanded to "go play" as a toddler, I whiled away the hours with markers and scratch paper, piling up renditions of Superman and sports stars.
Petersen began to get the participants conjuring poetic images by asking each to choose seven colors from a list and arranging them on a piece of scratch paper so there was room to take notes on each color.
Draw Plus Science is not designed to be a consumable book, and is therefore best enjoyed along with a drawing pencil and plenty of scratch paper.