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The 5 Best Dot Grid Notebooks

While lined options are great for structured note-taking, the best dot grid notebooks offer guidance without standing in the way of your creativity. They’re a favorite among designers and bullet journalers — but good ones are surprisingly hard to find. When shopping for a dot grid notebook, you’ll want to consider the binding, the thickness of the paper, and the number of sheets.

First, decide whether you want a spiral notebook or a hardbound. The former has pages that turn easily and can be opened a full 360 degrees and can be laid down flat, while the latter is often more durable during travel and storage. The right one for you typically comes down to how you plan to use it and aesthetic preference.

Next, consider the grams per square meter. The higher the number, the heavier (and thicker) the paper, which helps to improve durability. It also helps to reduce bleed-through, which is when you can see the ink from the other side of the paper. The weight of standard printer paper is about 80 gsm, usually considered the minimum required thickness to prevent bleed-through, but if you use thick ink or markers, consider something with a higher gsm.

Finally, choose an overall size that best suits your needs. Most best-selling notebooks are categorized as A5, which means the paper measures roughly 5 by 8 inches, but I’ve put the dimensions below all of these options for reference. Also keep in mind that some journals list the sheet count (tallying each individual piece of paper) while others list the page count (tallying the double-sided writing surfaces on each sheet).

According to the aforementioned criteria as well as reviewer feedback, these are five of the best dot grid notebooks on the market.

1. The Overall Best Dot Grid Notebook

Because it’s affordable, high-quality, and comes in so many colors and designs, this dotted grid notebook is one of the most highly reviewed on Amazon. (Currently, it has a near-perfect 4. 8-star rating from almost 2,000 buyers.) On the outside, you’ll find a hardbound cover with round corners and an elastic closure. On the inside, it has off-white acid-free paper with subtle dots, an inner pocket, and a built-in bookmark.

  • Paper thickness: 120 gsm
  • Notebook size: 5 by 8.25 inches
  • Number of sheets: 64
  • Available colors: black, yellow, blue geode, cacti, pink geode, marble, mint, purple

One reviewer wrote: “This is an amazing book! […] I use it for my business and keeping myself organized! The paper is very high quality and the hardcover keeps it from getting smooshed!”

2. The Cult-Favorite Spiral Dot Grid Notebook

It’s irregular in its size, but that’s what reviewers love about it, with one going as far to call it their “forever favorite.” The Rhodia Reverse dot book has a square shape and spiral binding, so it can be used vertically or horizontally depending on your needs. (For that same reason, it’s a great pick for left-handed people.) The French-milled paper is 80 gsm, acid-free, and pH neutral. As a result, reviewers report that it works for fountain pens, brush lettering, calligraphy, and more. Finally, each of the 80 sheets is micro-perforated so you can tear them out with ease.

  • Paper thickness: 80 gsm
  • Notebook size: 8.25 by 8.25 inches
  • Number of sheets: 80
  • Available colors: black, orange

One reviewer wrote: “I’ve [gone] through quite a few of these notebooks over the past few years and keep coming back for more. I’ve tried many of those other similar typed notebooks throughout as well, and honestly nothing compares to the paper quality of a Rhodia.”

3. The Best Value Pack

For the same price as some individual dot-grid journals, these RETTACY spiral-bound notebooks come in a pack of three, each with 160 pages per book. Needless to say, if you work through notebooks frequently or you need a few different books for a few different projects, this is without a doubt the best value. Despite the affordability factor, the paper is thick, acid-free, and bleed-resistant, while the binding is sturdy and the hard plastic cover is protective.

  • Paper thickness: 100 gsm
  • Notebook size: 5.7 by 8.3 inches
  • Number of sheets: 80 each
  • Available colors: clear

One reviewer wrote: “I think these notebooks are a great value for the money. […] It did really well with pencil, marker, and ink pen. I’d recommend it for anyone who takes a lot of notes or likes to doodle.”

4. The Best Extra-Thick Notebook

For those looking for an extra-thick notebook, this grid journal from Littful has 360 sheets, which translates to 720 pages. It also has a protective hardcover that’s wrapped in faux-leather and stamped with the word “Believe,” and two built-in bookmarks that are color-coded for convenience. The paper itself is thick and bleed-resistant. (Keep in mind that not all of the color options are dot grid notebooks; just the black and the red. )

  • Paper thickness: 100 gsm
  • Notebook size: 5.7 by 8.42 inches
  • Number of sheets: 360
  • Available colors: black, red

One reviewer wrote: “Very thick and well put together. I got the dotted journal and the ink does not bleed through the pages.”

5. The Most Eco-Friendly & Durable

Finally, the Lemome notebook is both environmentally friendly and extremely durable. Since the cover is made from real cork, it’s sustainable as well as protective. The pages are much thick and have micro-perforations, but they’re also acid-free so your writing lasts. Last but definitely not least, the spine is glued in and designed to lay at 180 degrees for flat, comfortable writing.

  • Paper thickness: 120 gsm
  • Notebook size: 5 by 8 inches
  • Number of sheets: 96
  • Available colors: natural cork

One reviewer wrote: “The quality of this book is AMAZING. I was pleasantly surprised with the high-quality durability of the cover of the book and the thickness of the pages. I use the sharpie pens in the book so I know they don’t bleed through the page but I would be confident to use other markers and pens as well.”

Spiral Bound, Dot Grid Pages, 9.75 x 7.5 Notebook

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Spiral bound Decomposition Books use a versatile spiral wire binding. These spiral notebooks feature 100% post-consumer-waste recycled paper and are printed with soy ink.

Sheet Printing

Dot Grid

Paper Type

100% Post-Consumer Waste Recycled Paper

Dimensions 9.75 × 7.5 × .4 in
Binding

Spiral

Sheet Count

72 Sheets, 144 Pages

Ink Type

Printed with Soy Ink

Weight 0. 9 lbs
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9781401515782

Country of Origin

USA

Spiral bound Decomposition Books use a versatile spiral wire binding. These spiral notebooks feature 100% post-consumer-waste recycled paper and are printed with soy ink.

Spiral bound Decomposition Books use a versatile spiral wire binding. These spiral notebooks feature 100% post-consumer-waste recycled paper and are printed with soy ink.

Sheet Printing

Dot Grid

Paper Type

100% Post-Consumer Waste Recycled Paper

Dimensions 9.75 × 7.5 × .4 in
Binding

Spiral

Sheet Count

72 Sheets, 144 Pages

Ink Type

Printed with Soy Ink

Weight 0.9 lbs
UPC

9781401515782

Country of Origin

USA

Dot Grid Spiral Decomposition Notebook

Plastic Free

No petroleum-based plastics are used in this product or its packaging. Plastic can be difficult to properly recycle, may never biodegrade, and is known to leech toxic chemicals into our bodies and environment. Single-use plastics also require extracting and processing of finite resources, so seeking out biodegradable, infinitely recyclable, or durable products and packaging is recommended whenever possible.

Recyclable

This product contains recyclable materials. It may be recyclable with curbside recycling collections, but might need to be sent to a special recycling facility. Contact your local waste-hauler or recycling facility for details. Appropriate facilities may not exist in your area.

Made in the USA

This product was made in the United States. Buying locally made items helps to reduce harmful emissions that result from transportation during and after the production process. Purchasing products made in the United States also ensures that the items are produced in ways that meet strict safety and labor standards.

Low Impact Ink

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Recycled Content

Recycling is the process of taking an otherwise-discarded item or material and cleaning, sorting, and breaking it down into its basic form (such as fibers or pellets). This material is then used to produce new items. Recycling keeps useful materials from being discarded in landfills, prevents resource extraction due to the creation of new materials, and provides a new life for used items. Recycling can utilize both pre-consumer waste (materials left over from production) or post-consumer materials (used clothing, empty water bottles, etc). This product is made from recycled content.

Classic design, sustainable materials. The Dot Grid Spiral Decomposition Notebook from Decomposition is made in the USA from 100% post-consumer recycled paper that is recyclable at the end of its life. It contains 80 sheets (160 pages!) of dot grid paper and is printed with soy ink. It has a coil binding and a unique graphic design on the cover. Great for offices and classrooms alike!

Ghost Grid Dot Hardcover Journal

Key Features:

  • Size: 8.25″ x 5.5″ – this is half-letter size rather than A5 which makes sense because this is a company based in the USA so American sized paper would be logical for this brand.
  • Cover:  soft touch wood grain cover that truly feels like wood made out of leather, really cool. The branding on the front is prominent (I wish they had gone more minimal here).
  • Binding: sewn
  • Pages: 168
  • Additional features:  no
  • Page styles available: dot grid with 5mm spacing
  • Paper Quality: 100gsm
  • Ghosting? minimal ghosting
  • Bleeding?  no bleed through
  • Feathering?  no feathering

My Review:

I was first introduced to the Book Factory when I bought the spiral A5 Ghost Grid notebook (I’m just starting to lay out my budget and financial tracking in that book). The paper quality was excellent in that little spiral book, so I was intrigued enough to try the hardcover journal too. I was not disappointed!

The Book Factory is a veteran-owned company based the United States of America and their books are produced in Ohio. I point this out because, as an American, I find it interesting that so few stationery-based products are actually made in America. We see a lot of paper and pens from Japan (seriously, Japan loves stationery!) and a lot of mass-produced materials from China. So when I see a USA-made book, I sit up and take a closer look.

When I first opened the package on this Ghost Grid Hardcover Journal I fell in love with the feel of the cover. It’s soft and it has a wood grain texture. The texture is so realistic that it fools you into thinking it’s real wood – except it feels like leather. It’s like what would happen if a tree and a cow had a baby. Ummm…. nevermind. Stop thinking about that. Sorry. Moving on.

I was a little bit worried about the binding of this book. It felt tight at first. When I opened the book it definitely did not lay flat. In fact, it wouldn’t stay open at all.  Then I remembered this video I watched a few weeks earlier about how to properly break in the spine of a book, so I thought I’d give it a try. It worked! Now, this journal lays perfectly flat without any problems at all. Watch the video below – I’m totally doing this with all my new journals!

So let’s talk about the paper here. Just like the little spiral Ghost Grid (I have no idea why I call it little, it’s normal A5-ish size but for some reason, it feels little in my hand, who knows. I’m strange.) the paper in this notebook is also 105gsm and ghosting is minimal with most of my pens. Only the wettest pens (Bic and Pilot Varsity) showed any type of ghosting at all. Those are two pens I don’t even use in my journals, but as a test, it’s good to know what the limits of your paper might be. There’s 1 bookmark (it’s red!) and it has 4 index pages at the front of the book. Pages are numbered and the paper is bright white.

A big bonus of this brand is that you can go with this size (half-letter / A5) or the larger size (letter / A4). Plus there is another cover option that’s just a brown leather with a bit of a gradient look to it. Or if you prefer spiral, there’s that too. Again, all their cover options are available in the two sizes and that’s a huge bonus!

My only suggestion to The Book Factory is to minimize the gigantic branding on the front of the journal. I’m fine with having the brand on the inside but give me the front of the journal, please. This would be a much more elegant journal if the front was purely the wood grain textured leather without any other embellishment.

Overall, this is a great bullet journal notebook and I highly recommend it.

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This versatile minimalist notebook is a great choice for any setting. Its smooth, high-quality paper is a joy to write on, and the pages are perforated for clean and easy removal. Spiral binding lets the notebook lie flat when opened or with the cover flipped back, and the sturdy kraft covers protect the paper and provide plenty of space for writing down a subject or name.


Features:

  • 160 pages (80 sheets) of smooth, 70 gsm paper.
  • Graph sheet style.
  • Perforated pages.
  • Spiral binding.
  • Thick kraft covers.

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Model Number MARUMAN N246ES
Manufacturer Maruman
Binding Spiral
Cover Color Light Brown
Cover Material Chipboard
Cover Type Hardcover
Line Spacing 5 mm
Number of Sheets 80
Paper Refillable No
Paper Weight 70 gsm
Perforated Yes
Perforated Sheet – Length 25.2 cm / 9.9 inches
Perforated Sheet – Width 17.0 cm / 6.7 inches
Quantity in Pack 1
Sheet Color White
Sheet Style Graph
Size – Depth 0.8 cm / 0.3 inches
Size – Length 25.2 cm / 9.9 inches
Size – Width 18. 8 cm / 7.4 inches
Standard Paper Size iPaper size explanations are available here. B5
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10.91 oz / 309 grams

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Got it since it’s kinda hard to find good spiral notebooks with graphing paper,
and I love it!!! The graphing lines are a pale grey hue, light enough to still
see the the lines but definitely not dark enough to disturb the color of
whatever pen/pencil you’re writing with. I always use pen and the paper takes
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Very smooth paper but also very thin,
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exact, ideal amount that, when under the watchful eye of someone very important,
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90,000 What the drawings in the margins of the notebook say.

When listening to a verbose interlocutor on the phone or sitting in a boring meeting, we almost unconsciously begin to draw patterns, faces or geometric shapes on a piece of paper. According to psychologists, such scribbles can tell a lot about a person’s character. The relationship between the level of aspiration and scribbles has been investigated by psychologist Elliot Aronson. He found that people with a stronger desire for success were more likely to draw many separate, unconnected lines, and with a lower need for achievement, they were more likely to draw connected, intersecting, or closed lines.And here is how the German psychologist Michael Thiel comments on the most common drawings.

Honeycomb. They talk about striving for calmness, harmony, for an orderly life. They can also mean the desire to start a family. This last explanation is worth considering. It is possible that in this case the main problem is the unwillingness to admit such a dream.

Spirals, circles, wavy lines. They often accompany an ambitious and selfish person.For such a person, everything revolves exclusively around his own person, other people’s concerns annoy him and seem burdensome. If the drawing is made at a time when a person has to deal with other people’s affairs, then it seems that he seeks to end them as soon as possible. Curls can also mean that at the moment my thoughts are busy with a big problem that I am unable to solve.

Flowers, sun, clouds. Flowers painted with vigor and boldness signal: I am a dreamer with unbridled imagination.Softer and more rounded shapes allow for the recognition of a deeply sensual personality. Clouds and the sun rather characterize a life-loving, joyful person, who is optimistic about the future.

Lattices and nets. A frequent grid drawn with great pressure means: a person is in a risky or awkward position, feels cornered. Each line, vigorously drawn on the paper, is like an attack, which, however, lacks the courage to speak directly (the line is crossed out!).If at the end the drawing is circled, it means that the problem is over, at least externally.

Patterns as on wallpaper. Sharp corners and smooth ovals are combined into a motif that repeats indefinitely. Such a pattern suggests that a person is bored, tired of the conversation, or maybe the whole way of life is disgusted. It is possible that soon one can expect from a person some kind of extravagant act that goes beyond the usual framework.

Squares, triangles and other geometric shapes. Symmetrical shapes symbolize a love of order and neatness, rectangles – prudence and a penchant for planning. This person is not easy to catch off guard. He rarely fears his opponents and competitors. The more angular the geometric shapes, the more aggressive it is, although outwardly this is not always noticeable. He clearly sees before himself quite real goals and is determined to defend his own opinion to the end.

Crosses. They are quite common.Women usually make them look like jewelry, while men have more strict outlines. In both cases, the crosses express feelings of guilt, which most likely arose in the course of this conversation. It is advisable to find out the reason for this (though not necessarily this very minute), otherwise a painful reticence will remain in the relationship for a long time.

Little people. Don’t let their funny look fool you. This image is a sign of helplessness or a desire to shirk some responsibility. People usually draw little people at a time when they should have said a decisive “no”, but they cannot bring themselves to say this word.

Chess cells. The person who draws them does not want to forget or keep silent about something in a conversation, but at the same time he is afraid of something. He is probably in a difficult situation and dreams of a clear and reliable path that would lead him out of the crisis. The simpler the drawing, the more business-like personality hides behind them.

Interlacing of circles. Round shapes, intersecting and touching each other, make it possible to recognize a person’s desire to participate in a common cause or obtain permission to be present in a team.Thinking about stable personal connections? Perhaps. Intertwining circles signal a certain deprivation of a person from outside attention, are associated with his longing for friendship, spiritual closeness.

Source: Sergey Stepanov. “The language of appearance. gestures, facial expressions, facial features, handwriting and clothing “

And here are some more options for interpreting the most common motives:

Personal signatures. The number of personal signatures affixed everywhere indicates the egocentric and vain nature of the author.This individual is fixated on his own person.

Hearts are drawn by a person who is overwhelmed with emotions and feelings, he wants to hug and kiss the whole world. However, from the outside, he seems unapproachable and strict, as he hides and restrains his emotions. Interestingly, the larger the image, the greater the difference between its true face and the mask of severity. You do not need to constantly control yourself, but on the contrary, it is better to become more open and relaxed.

Houses and boxes. Symmetrical shapes speak of a love for order, planning and accurate calculations. Pedant. He knows clearly what he wants and goes to his goals. It is simply impossible to confuse him.

Stone on stone, brickwork. Neat masonry, where brick on brick lies neatly, building a wall with itself, shows that the author of the drawing goes step by step towards his goal. He has everything planned to the smallest detail and he clearly understands what he wants.

Trees. Lost and frustrated people usually paint thin trees with bare branches.If the tree turned out with a branchy crown and a thick trunk, then this person is energetic, cheerful, and at the moment is not worried about anything.

Fences, obstacles. The one who paints many fences wants to run away, hide, he tries to isolate himself from others. The reason for this may be too high requirements in relation to him on the part of relatives or superiors, or a strong need for peace and rest.

Strokes from the center point. The strokes from the central point are drawn by determined, ambitious leaders who are clearly following their goals.They are capable of captivating others as well. In the struggle to defend their point of view, however, they are always calm and cold-blooded, do not get personal and do not try to enter into conflict or offend the interlocutor.

Doodles. The author has inner chaos. He is worried about something, some serious problem or an impending situation that requires an important decision, hence the similar pictures.

Landscapes. A variety of landscapes, pictures with a beach on the sea or a forest edge are drawn by dreamers who want to move at least mentally to a place where they can relax and have a good rest.They are tired of everyday problems and the monotony of everyday life. They are not at all characterized by aggressiveness, so they try to avoid any conflicts.

Those who like to draw stylized letters , drawn to the smallest detail, pay their attention to details and trifles in life, try to bring any work to perfection. It is believed that a person who likes to draw numbers only cares about material well-being, material values. Moreover, either he constantly thinks about how to earn more, or about how to pay off debts.

Punctuation marks. Question and exclamation marks, periods, commas, and other punctuation marks are usually drawn by thinkers who like to observe other people, their emotions, reactions to any events, analyze, draw conclusions. This is a man-philosopher who sees life as a complex riddle, a rebus that not everyone can solve.

Lips. Lips, laughing and smiling mouths of various shapes and sizes draw sensual creative natures.If teeth are visible in the drawing with lips, some aggression of the author of the drawing is not excluded.

Eyes. Beautiful expressive luxurious eyes are painted by people prone to high self-criticism and introspection. Also, the eye can mean the inner anxiety of the author.

Stars and moon. People who dream of climbing up, getting a high leadership position, recognition in society, etc. draw the stars. The authors of such drawings have willpower, they are quite ambitious, in some way even selfish.Stars are inherent in optimists and people who are not afraid of difficulties.

Zigzags. The one who draws zigzags is most likely very preoccupied with something. As a result, he has accumulated aggression, hypersensitivity to everyday and business problems. It is like a spark that can very quickly turn into a whole flame.

Graceful, curved or curly lines are inherent in people who are able to conduct a conversation at ease. They are inquisitive and tactful.

Decorated animals , fish speak of a good sense of humor and the ability to optimistically look into the future, but the drawings of feathers, wings are more inherent in people who are unpredictable, perhaps even frivolous. Mask speaks of the secrecy and caution of the author.

Drops, water , elongated drawings with smooth lines are usually depicted by people with a melancholic or phlegmatic character.

When analyzing a drawing, you should pay attention to the technique of its execution. Clearly drawn images without unnecessary strokes are a sign of a confident person. The weak contours of the drawing indicate rapid fatigue, lack of initiative, and shading indicates a nervous state.

What do you say? Do you agree with this interpretation?

In any case, no test gives an absolute result, the maximum that it can – show only part of the truth, or something true only at the moment …

But I want to draw your attention to the following point: the drawings in the fields arise, bypassing consciousness. That is, at the moment when a person automatically moves a pen over paper, he is completely free from an inner critic. He does not seek to create a masterpiece and does not get upset if the drawing is not perfect.

Therefore, if you are in the habit of drawing while talking, try to catch this state, and try to remember it when you draw educational assignments or take on other creative work. Real art arises when the author is not fixated on the result.

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    Category: GDZ Mathematics textbook Grade 5 Bunimovich, Dorofeev, Suvorova

    Task 8 .Take a cube and draw a line on its surface as shown in Figure 1.7. Try to bend the same line from a bite of wire.

    Task 9. A piece of rope is laid out as shown in Figure 1.8, a-c. Do you think the knot will be tied if you pull on the ends of the rope? Test yourself with an experiment.

    Answers 7 Gurus

    a) The knot will not be tied
    b) The knot will not be tied
    c) The knot will not be tied

    Drawing on checkered paper

    Task 10. Draw the spiral shown in Figure 1.9 into the notebook and continue to “unwind” it. Draw the same spiral, but “unwinding” in the opposite direction.

    Task 11 . Draw a star in your notebook (Figure 1.10).

    Task 12. Copy the oval shown in Figure 1.11 into a notebook by hand.

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