How to choose a quality notebook for student
School notebook should combine durability, ease of use and attractive in terms of the child's teachers and appearance. When you select should pay attention to the cover, as well as the density of white paper and so forth.
When choosing a notebook attention first of all need to pay on the cover. It is because of her often inflame disputes. Children often prefer notebooks with colorful covers that depict celebrities, various pictures and so on. Teachers may also prohibit the use of such notebooks, because it is believed that the bright cover distracts students from their studies. As for parents, they are often more important than the quality of the paper, than the appearance of the notebook. To not make the wrong choice, talk with teachers and find out their views on those or other covers. At the same time, try to take into account the child's wishes. Anyway, it is desirable that the cover was made of durable material, and had rounded edges, as in this case, it will last longer, not disheveled and not exfoliate. When choosing a notebook for the student elementary school, pay attention to the presence on the cover of a special unit in which the child will be able to write their name and surname, name of the subject and so forth. By choosing a notebook with the most suitable cover, look inside and appreciate the quality of paper and razlinovki. Sheets in any case should not be brilliant, dazzling white, and yellow or gray. Ideally, you should prefer a moderately white paper that is non-irritating and does not tire the eyes. With regard razlinovki, it should be clear, but not bright. Suitable paper with well-stamped gray lines. Bright red, blue, green razlinovki should be avoided. Each sheet must be drawn side of the field. An exception is sometimes possible to do for common notebooks, ie notebooks, the volume of which is 48 or more sheets. Note also the density of the paper, which is typically marked on the back side of the cover. The density must be at least 55 g / m². m but not more than 75 g / sq. m.