Page Templates for Classroom Books

Each student is limited to 2 pages, which appear side-by-side in the finished book. Books are limited to 70 pages; 66 of the pages are for student work, allowing for 33 students to contribute. For up to 66 students, we recommend using L1, P1, or P4. Before ordering our student publishing kit, determine the appropriate template for your students. Review our templates or watch our video, Choosing the Best Template.

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L1 – Landscape Blank
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P1 – Portrait Blank
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Since there are no lines on L1 and P1, pages can be used for artwork only. Students may write
on pages, type directly on pages, or run them through a desk-top printer. Format is suited for
up to 33 students (2 pages per student) or up to 66 students (1 page per student).

L2 – Landscape Solid-Lined
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P2 – Portrait Solid-Lined
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L2 and P2 provide solid lines to help guide students as they write. Formats are suited for up to
33 students
(2 pages per student). Each student receives 1 page for artwork and 1 page for a story.

L3 – Landscape Primary-Lined
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P3 – Portrait Primary-Lined
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L3 and P3 provide primary-lined pages to help guide younger students as they write. Formats are suited for
up to 33 students (2 pages per student). Each student receives 1 page for artwork and 1 page for a story.

P4 – Portrait Half-Blank/Half-Lined
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P4 can accommodate up to 66 students if each student has 1 page; otherwise, students are limited to 2 pages each. Students illustrate the top of the page and write a story on the bottom. Format is not recommended for grades Pre-K to 1.

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