Ready-Made Slideshow Lesson Plans for Your Book Project

Our FREE Classbook Toolkits make publishing even easier this year – no matter where your students are learning! Choose from the options below to guide your students through each phase of writing and illustrating your book and they’ll be #ProudAuthors in no time. Plus, each Toolkit includes a student Choice Board to encourage your student’s best work along the way.

It’s easy to get started, simply choose the Classbook Toolkit option that fits the theme of your book project from the options below. Then make a copy of the file while signed into your Google account. Then you are ready to present this all-in-one lesson to your class in-person or remotely via Google Classroom or Powerpoint. If you aren’t sure what you’re class will be writing about, choose our customizable Classbook Toolkit. This version can be adapted to anything your students are writing about!

Our Classbook Toolkit and Choice Boards go through each step of the writing and publishing process and work best when used in conjunction with one of our FREE Classbook publishing kits. Don’t have your kit yet? Sign up for your project today – it’s easy!

Learn More About How To Use Your Free Classbook Slideshow
  • How do I present?
    To present the slide show to your students, use the yellow “present” button in the top right corner of the screen. The slideshow will fill your screen where you can present to your students as you are working through the steps of creating your classbook.
  • Can I share the slideshow with the teachers in my school?
    Of course! The Classbook Toolkit can be shared with other teachers in your school and works best when it’s used in conjunction with our FREE classbook kit as it guides the class through every step of creating a classbook.
    If you are sharing with teachers who do not have a classbook kit, you can share this link with them to sign up for their own FREE kit.
  • Do I have to have a Gmail account to access the slideshow?
    Users can set up Google accounts with any email address. When you want to set up a Google account, you simply navigate to the new account page and then enter your existing email address, password and other personal information. This allows you to access any of the products that Google offers for free, such as Docs, Sheets and Meeting Tools.

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