Free Printable Writing Paper
Looking for free printable writing paper for you and your children to use in your homeschool? The lined paper comes in four different formats.
Lined Writing Paper: different spaced lines for different ages; Preschool Writing Paper also available
Dotted Third Handwriting sheets: a line divided into 3 to help the child form their letters correctly; Ideal when homeschooling preschoolers in early stages of handwriting.
Dotted Lined: a line divided into 2 (tall, short letters) with space between each new line of writing;
Handwriting printables with drawing box - available soon. This lined paper is ideal for writing narrations and adding a drawing on to the page.
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See the Handwriting Practice Sheets I have available for 3 styles - Manuscript, D'Nealian and Cursive and for different ages. They are free to download and they are A-Z practice sheets with dotted letters and lines to copy the different letter shapes.
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Create/ design your own Home school Writing Curriculum
Time4learning offers printable kindergarten worksheets as well as worksheet through the eighth grade. There are some free printable worksheets from Time4Learning, on this page as an example of what they offer.
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56 Free Printable Writing Paper Templates for Elementary School
Includes 56 free printable pages!
Is there any bigger thrill than watching elementary students grow as writers? From their first words and sentences in kindergarten to full-fledged stories and essays by fifth grade, we love the transformation students make. That’s why we’ve put together this printable writing paper template bundle containing 56 FREE writing pages.
You’ll have everything you need to teach all kinds of writing—from informative to narrative to how-to! All you have to do is submit your email here to save and print your bundle now.
You’ll get basic printable writing paper (with scaffolded support for drawing and writing)
Whether your students can write a little or a lot, we have basic writing templates you can print, copy, and share! These include basic lined writing paper as well as dotted kindergarten writing paper, which is perfect for helping them practice letters and sight words.
You’ll also get specific writing templates to support different types of writing
The bundle includes templates for narrative writing, informative writing, and how-to writing, as well as a friendly letter template.
Narrative Writing Graphic Organizer
You’ll love these printable narrative graphic organizers whenever you need to encourage students to find key details as you guide them through the writing process.
Informational Writing Graphic Organizer
This printout will help students organize information when they work on nonfiction writing.
Hamburger Writing Graphic Organizer Template
What makes a good “hamburger”? This template provides a visual tool to help students create a juicy “paragraph hamburger” to help guide them in writing a topic sentence, detail sentences, and a closing sentence.
Opinion Writing Graphic Organizer
This great teaching tool helps students better understand topical thoughts and opinions using justifications and thorough examples.
Letter Writing Paper
With all of the texting we do, we could probably all benefit from using this letter writing paper for sending actual handwritten messages!
You’ll also receive holiday and seasonal pages in our writing template bundle
Get holiday writing templates (with varied space for writing and drawing) for back-to-school, fall, Halloween, Thanksgiving, winter, Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, spring, and summer.
Free Printable Back-to-School Lined Paper
This “Welcome Back!”–themed back-to-school set includes lined paper and multiple picture boxes. It’s great for the first week together in the classroom.
Free Printable Fall Lined Paper
Encourage students to share their love for fall with this “Hello Autumn!” set that includes lined paper with and without picture boxes.
Free Printable Halloween Lined Paper
Use this “Happy Halloween!” set of lined paper for that fun, spooky time of year. Maybe your kids can use the picture boxes for a Halloween contest!
Free Printable Thanksgiving Lined Paper
The “Happy Thanksgiving!” set is perfect for encouraging students to share all of the things they’re grateful for (bonus points for drawings in the picture boxes!).
Free Printable Winter Lined Paper
It might be chilly outside but this set of “Hello Winter!” lined paper (with and without picture boxes) will help students welcome the cold season with open arms!
Free Printable Valentine’s Day Lined Paper
We L.O.V.E. this “Happy Valentine’s!” printable set. Kids can choose styles with or without picture boxes.
Free Printable St. Patrick’s Day Lined Paper
You’ll feel lucky to have this “Happy St. Patrick’s!” lined paper in the classroom—it comes with a variety of options.
Free Printable Spring Lined Paper
How cute are the bees and flowers on this “Hello Spring!” printable lined paper? Choose from plain lined paper or paper with different-size picture boxes.
Free Printable Summer Lined Paper
The adorable sun on this “Hello Summer!” lined paper (which comes with or without picture boxes) looks as excited as we are about the break!
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Lined Writing Paper
Below you'll find fun and useful lined writing paper for kids . We've included blank lined paper as well as graphic themes like Christmas, Valentine's Day and Halloween. We'll be adding more writing activity sheets in the future so check back often! Check out all of our writing worksheets !
American Flag Lined Writing Paper
Kids will enjoy this American Flag lined paper, to write a letter or their thoughts about a special USA holiday.
Butterfiles Lined Writing Paper
Butterfly lined paper makes a great background for hopes and dreams to be put into writing.
Christmas Writing Paper
This printable lined paper template includes a colorful Christmas tree and colorful lines for your youngster to write on.
Easter Lined Writing Paper
Let your students tell you their favorite part of Easter on this Easter themed lined writing paper!
Fall Lined Writing Paper
Beautiful Fall themed paper for a beautiful season! Kids can create masterpieces on this specially designed lined writing paper.
Halloween Writing Paper
This Halloween writing paper with lines is certainly a treat!
This lined writing paper doesn’t have the center guide lines. The template can be printed as much as you like!
Lined Writing Paper with Center Guide
Here’s some printable lined writing paper for your student! Have fun and print as much as you like.
School Themed Lined Writing Paper
School themed, lined, writing paper can make them love telling you all their ideas and dreams for this very special year!
Spring Lined Writing Paper
A great way to spend a rainy day is writing on this specially designed writing paper. With a Spring theme, this paper is lined to make it a great tool for even the youngest writers to express themselves!
St. Patricks Day Lined Writing Paper
Use this fun writing paper to encourage your students to write something about St. Patricks Day or something green!
Summer Lined Writing Paper
While parents may not always agree, kids love the summertime and there are plenty of fun ideas to write about. Use this lined writing paper in class or at home.
Thanksgiving Lined Writing Paper
Us this Thanksgiving themed writing paper in class or home to encourage your student to write about something they are thankful for or whatever they feel inspired to write about!
Valentine’s Day Writing Paper for Kids
You’ll love this Valentine’s Day lined paper! This printable template include colorful hearts and lots of space for your student or child to get creative!
Winter Lined Writing Paper
Winter is a fun time of year, and is filled with writing opportunities. Let your students come up with creative ways to express themselves with a fun writing exercise about winter!
Comic Strip Templates – 5 Designs
Students love it when they get to try new things. Here is a free comic book template you can print out for your students. Give them a chance to write in a way out of the ordinary!
Editable Printable Primary Story Writing Paper
Use this primary story writing paper to encourage and help kids to practice their handwriting as well as short stories.
The printable is editable so you can add a beginning of a story for kids to expand on or leave it blank to write their own. On the other hand if you have a younger child you could type out the sentences and have them trace the words and then draw a picture to match in the picture box.
To get blank lines just use the space bar on your keyboard.
Other things you can do include changing the color of the font or the kind of font.
Customizable Story Writing Paper
This primary story writing printable with an editable prompt is a fun way to get a child started on creative story writing. You can also use it as a template for book reports, journaling, or paragraph writing practice.
One of the best features of this printable is that you can customize the beginning sentence. Having a writing prompt is great for kids who are new to long-form writing, as well as ones who struggle to get started or come up with ideas.
Tracing can even be done in preschool, but kindergarten is likely the place they will start tracing sentences. Grade 1 and 2 is a great place to start writing stories on this printable worksheet.
Create your own prompt, or use some of the story starter ideas below:
Personal Story Writing Prompt Ideas for Kids
The best day ever would start with…
For my birthday, I would like…
If I had three wishes I’d…
The last book I read was…
If I had a million dollars, I’d…
My favorite food is…
When I grow up I’m going to…
Fiction Storytelling Writing Starters for Primary Aged Kids
I was going to clean my room, but…
A time traveler suddenly appeared…
In a magical forest there lived…
Captain Swashbuckle was the greatest pirate that ever lived because…
Once upon a time there was a princess who…
A new dinosaur has been discovered…
Other Way to Use This Primary Story Writing Printable
Writing and spelling practice..
Customize the worksheet so all the lines are filled in with a traceable font, then have the child read and trace the sentences. For a more challenging option, use a blank worksheet instead and have the child copy a passage instead.
You’ll need two people for this fun activity: two children work best, but you can also play with a child and parent/educator.
First, both partners draw a picture in the top area with as much detail as possible. Once the drawings are done, swap the papers and have the other person write a story underneath that corresponds to the artwork.
This is a fun project that can be completed over several days or weeks. You can also start with a story planning or brainstorming activity if you want to make this into a larger lesson.
Print several blank copies of the printable — each copy will be a page in the storybook. Once all the pages are filled in, staple them together on one side to form a book. You can even add a title page! This is great for creativity and creating their own stories.
Younger kids may only write one sentence on each page, while older elementary age children can create a longer story using all the available space.
Instead of drawing a picture at the top of the page, use the blank space for brainstorming. Have the child jot down ideas or create a brainstorming visual.
A simple technique is to start with the main subject in the middle, then have six points coming off it to brainstorm the five Ws and an H (who, why, what, where, when, and how.)
Using This Printable for Older Grades
Elementary school kids still need opportunities to have fun while working on their creative writing skills. You can use this worksheet as a prompt to help start a longer story by having kids start on the printed sheet then continuing page two on a regular sheet of lined paper.
18 copywriting templates to get your marketing off the ground
If you’ve ever stared at that cursor on a blank page, fresh out of ideas on how to start your next copywriting project, you’re not alone.
But you don’t have to stay stuck! We’re working in the golden age of the search engine. And if you’re lost on where to begin, that is the best place to start! Thousands of copywriting templates (outlines of proven copywriting formulas for any type of project) are literally at your fingertips. A great copywriting template can get you 50% of the way there on your next project without having to type a single word.
The only caveat with using templates is that you have to know how and where to find a great one, and the time searching cannot be outweighed by structuring your own.
Luckily, you’ve stumbled upon this handy article! We’ve gathered 18 of the best copywriting templates on the web for marketers and organized them into sub-categories so you can quickly find the type of template you need.
We’ve summarized all the important details on our favorite resources for:
- Email marketing copywriting templates
- Social media copywriting templates
Headline and tagline copywriting templates
- And call to action templates
18 of the best copywriting templates for marketers:
All of the templates can be easily manipulated to meet your needs. Go ahead and nab ideas and include your own unique flair!
Email marketing copywriting templates
If you’ve been in the marketing or copywriting space long you’ve probably heard someone exclaim, ‘email is dead ’ ! But, statistics show they are dead wrong .
Among online adults, 92% use email, and 61% use it daily. So while email is very much alive, it’s up to you to add some life to your emails. The following templates can help you do just that:
1. Optimize your welcome emails with these 5 templates
Welcome emails can be pretty intimidating. Making a great first impression can make or break a customer relationship and your welcome email acts as that first handshake.
This set of templates from customer.io focuses on helping you craft a welcome message to remember. This one gives examples for five different types of welcome emails: general/product info, newsletter subscription, personal outreach, free welcome sample, and invitation. For each type, customer.io discusses best practices with examples, and includes a link to download the template for easy customization.
2. Collection of the most used email copywriting formulas
While anything in marketing dubbed ‘most used’ might set off alarm bells in your head — this collection of email templates should be an exception. In this resource, chamaileon.io shares tested, successful copywriting formulas and examples for all of the following:
- Subject lines
- Confirmation and order status emails
- Special offer emails
- Special occasion emails
- Educational emails
- Cart abandonment emails
- Emails asking for testimonials and ratings
While these are pretty e-commerce focused, with a little bit of tweaking they could also be adapted for other B2B and B2C readers. So, get your copy and pasting fingers ready, and get creative making them work for you.
3. Digital marketer’s 101 best email subject lines
The subject line is undoubtedly one of the most important aspects of your email, if not the most. After all, if your subject line flops, the rest of your email is not even likely to be read. This list of best email subject lines from Digital Marketer gives you 101 subject lines to try out. It also includes average open rates for the top 10 email subject lines (just bear in mind these are stats from last year).
Digital Marketer continues to update this resource so bookmark it and revisit when you’re ready to write your next marketing/sales email.
4. 3 tested email marketing templates you can use right now
This trio of templates from Copyblogger is super workable. They are quite generic so you can easily input your own content and voice. That’s not to say that the structure isn’t clearly thought-out though.
Copyblogger’s templates focus on being interesting and persuasive for your reader. Each one helps you tell a story before making an ask so you can properly connect with your reader.
5. 5 cold email templates
Did you shudder when you read “cold email”? It gets a bad rep in the marketing world because so many cold emails are pretty poor. It’s no wonder that some people consider cold email synonymous with spam! But cold email can actually be a great outreach strategy if it’s done with care.
These templates from close.io aim to get you a response rate of about 10–30% (which is pretty great, considering the average cold email open rate is just 1% ).
Social media copywriting templates
Similar to email, the stats on who is using social media and how often might surprise you. A study by Ipsos found that the average social media user spends 3.6 hours on social media every day. And, because social media networks are such influential platforms, every business needs to aim for an active and engaged social presence .
But keeping your social media relevant can take a lot of time that many marketers and business owners don’t have.
Time to turn to the templates! Templates can help you dramatically reduce your time-spend on social media and still reap the rewards. Check these out:
6. 15 new social media templates to save you even more time with your marketing
We love this list of templates from Buffer . It includes not only great copywriting templates for social media headlines and updates, but a ton of bonus templates, too. Buffer knows there is a lot of pre-work that happens before you can sit down and write social posts. So, they’ve included ones for social media reports, content calendars, schedules, and image sizes to help organize and support your copywriting efforts.
7. The best social media copywriting guide to be a social word ninja
This resource from CoSchedule promises to make you a ‘social media copywriting master’ in one blog post – count us in!
It includes specific social media post templates for each channel based on which types of posts perform best on that platform. It also includes a downloadable list of emotionally-triggering words you can plug-in to your social headlines to capture your audience’s attention. Anyone who runs a social media account should save this one!
8. How to write a powerful linkedin message (with 5 templates)
With 500 million current users, the power of LinkedIn is hard to ignore.
Beyond being a social platform, it can also be a powerful tool for prospecting. But if you’ve ever written what you think is the perfect update about your business only to get two likes, don’t give up just yet. A good template can give you a helping hand. This resource from Sumo offers copywriting templates tailored just for LinkedIn. They cover the end-to-end experience of sending a connection request message, to building a relationship, pitching, and more.
9. Facebook ad copy: Templates and examples (that don’t suck)
Need to write some Facebook ads? These templates from Turbo (that don’t suck) can save you countless hours of trial and error, tweaks and A/B testing.
Facebook ads are finicky things. You need to grab your audience’s attention in a very saturated environment, compliment your imagery and pay attention to your character max. Using these pre-set ones can help you stay within your bounds while sparking new ideas.
The examples they’ve included are mainly geared toward e-commerce, but can still be adapted to fit a variety of different industries.
10. The 27 copywriting formulas that will drive clicks and engagement on social media
This is now the second resource we’re including from Buffer on this list. If you’re familiar with Buffer then you know they are a really great authority on this subject.
This template set focuses on anatomy . The blog lists 27 different formulas you can use to format your posts, and then gives real-life examples of each. Of all the different types of copywriting templates that are available on the web, finding great social media copywriting ones arguably takes the most research. Odds are you’re using social almost daily, so keep this resource handy.
Trying to explain to someone why your product, email, or blog is the best thing since sliced bread in just a few words can be pretty daunting! But that’s exactly what writing headlines and taglines entails.
That’s why having an extensive backlog of proven headline and tagline templates to rely on is a huge timesaver for any copywriter.
Here are a few of our favorites to add to your repertoire:
11. 9 proven headline formulas that sell like crazy
Another great resource from our friends at Copyblogger . This no-fluff list of copywriting templates for headlines can give you a great start. It lists 9 formulas for writing headlines, and each formula includes a couple of specific examples you can use. The headlines really run the gamut as far as industry and product are concerned. Regardless of what you’re selling, you can probably adapt a few of these for your own use.
12. Smart blogger’s 52 headline hacks
You’ll need to enter your email to get access to this e-book, but trust us, it’s worth it.
This is an in-depth look on how to structure headlines that can help your blogs go viral. (You know those headlines you see and just can’t help but click? This resource wants to help you write those.) The ebook is 70 pages long (so not a short read)! But as a reference resource on writing great blog headlines, we can almost guarantee it has everything you need.
13. 30 foolproof tagline formulas for copywriters who need to phone it in
In a pinch?
Check out this resource from content strategist Hal Werner on tagline templates that can be quickly adapted to fit your needs.
Werner focuses on how you can use these solid templates on a short deadline. He includes 30 organized by purpose (what you want to achieve with your tagline) so you can easily pinpoint the one that works best for you.
14. How to craft a meaningful tagline (for your small biz)
Writing good taglines can be emotionally and mentally draining even for the best copywriters. Especially if we’re trying to compete with the taglines of McDonald’s or Apple on memorability. But trying to emulate the greats shouldn’t be the focus. A great tagline should do two things:
- Clearly communicate what your business does, and
- be catchy enough for someone to remember.
If you’re stuck, check out this resource from Enchanted Marketing to help jog some ideas. We like this because it focuses specifically on writing small business taglines (instead of just dissecting taglines from well-known companies and asking you to apply the principles on your own).
Call to action templates
Watch out! Your conversion rates are about to explode! Ok, that was a nerdy marketing joke, but seriously, we saved this one for last because the call to action is the pinnacle of any copywriting project. It’s the true measure of your copywriting — whether or not you can get the customer to buy-in, subscribe, purchase, or schedule a call.
What we love most about call to action (CTA) copywriting templates is that most of the time, they have already been tested and found some success before they are shared. So, you can remove much of the uncertainty of starting from scratch.
These templates can help you feel confident (before you even begin writing) that you’re working with a formula that can convert.
15. How to write a call to action in a template with 6 examples
We love these examples of CTA’s from CoSchedule because they focus on two ways to get people interested in something: using the promise of exclusivity and FOMO (fear of missing out).
The attractiveness of exclusivity is what makes these two principles a great foundation for CTAs. This resource gives you spot-on examples on how to use them for your business.
16. 11 kick-ass call-to-action examples (and why they work)
While your call to action might be super obvious to you, there’s a myriad of reasons why it might not connect with your customers. Not only does this Wordstream resource share examples of good CTA’s, but it also helps to explain why each one is proven to be successful, and what is happening in the customer’s mind when they read it.
So, yes, you can use these templates for your CTA’s. But, what’s even more special about this is that you can apply the theory behind each one to every CTA you write in the future.
17. 50 call-to-action examples (and how to write the perfect CTA)
We understand that not every CTA can be used effectively across every one of your marketing channels, which is why we wanted to include this resource from Adespresso on the list.
It breaks down what an effective call to action looks like for each different marketing channel (aka Facebook, Instagram, Email, Landing pages, etc.). It also helps you figure out what post length and tone can help you increase conversions. Nifty!
18. 21 captivating call-to-action examples to steal
The last gem on the list is a really in-depth resource from Crazy Egg. It explains, what makes a great CTA, how to adapt it to different digital formats and which metrics to measure to make sure it’s performing.
Not only can you steal some great templates from this, but you’ll walk away with a better knowledge of how to construct future CTA’s — a nice little perk!
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How’s that for a good start? We hope your swipe file folder is looking pretty robust! If you’re looking to save even more time than what a template can give you, check out Scribly . We have a worldwide network of experienced and talented copywriters and content marketers who can help you craft any of the above. (The only thing more satisfying than a great template is a project that’s done for you!) What did we miss? Pay it forward like some of the fine folks included on this list and share some of your must-have copywriting template resources with us!