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  • Sep 21st

    Trying to use it as a more interesting way for children to plan their writing.

  • Sep 4th

    Great for French conversation vocabulary. Can be built on over two lessons or more.

  • May 4th

    Tie in with first local Comic Fest

  • Apr 13th

    Part of Arts Award Discover - discovering different types of art projects

  • Apr 10th

    To encourage the children to use onomatopoeia to write about their holiday in a fun way.

  • Mar 22nd

    an Easter holiday comic with p3 pupils

  • Mar 22nd


  • Mar 14th

    using with my class of year 8 pupils who are creating their own comic books

  • Mar 12th

    Because i want to create a comic

  • Mar 8th

    To engage writers and illustrators.

  • Mar 6th

    My daughter's homework, she needs to write a comic about the rain forest. This seems to be a good place to start

  • Mar 3rd

    using with child to experience empathy - understanding how other children may feel about their behaviour/actions.

  • Mar 1st

    We're inquiring about different ways to tell stories. Used the template for kids to create their own comic strip story

  • Feb 28th

    Used as a fun way to create a story for World Book Day

  • Feb 24th

    For World Book Day, we had a comic book theme.

  • Feb 10th

    Reluctant writers who want to write in a different format.....ta

  • Feb 9th

    Great resource

  • Feb 9th

    Great! for home education and for make comics.

  • Jan 26th

    I'll be using this to help a child with emotional issues who can think about their response to an event by seeing it in comic strip format.

  • Jan 26th

    Art lesson inspired by Roy Lichtenstein's work - will be cross curricular as it incorporates a story created during Literacy

  • Dec 11th

    Linking in with guided reading

  • Nov 29th

    To learn about the structure of a comic strip we will be using a pre made comic strip and putting it in the correct order.

  • Nov 12th

    Cartoon workshop for After School art club -superheroes with bit of Pudsey bear theme involved

  • Nov 2nd

    Listening to the Diwali story and then setting out in their own words and style.

  • Oct 30th

    I will be using this resource for my class

  • Oct 29th

    Superhero comic

  • Oct 23rd


  • Oct 18th

    For re-telling the Funnybones stories

  • Oct 14th


  • Oct 3rd

    make cartoons students can draw and make inferences from

  • Sep 22nd

    To create our own adventure story travelling on the magic bus through the digestive system

  • Sep 16th

    To help with my son's homework about inventing his own comic strip.

  • Sep 14th

    To create their own comic strips to tell a story about the superhero they have invented

  • Sep 12th

    To teach the children about chronology before encouraging them to include flashbacks in story writing.

  • Sep 6th

    To create their own comic strips based on the book 'my teacher's secret life'

  • Sep 1st

    ESL teaching on story structure and dynamic verbs; brilliant resource!

  • Aug 31st

    To retell an RE bible story

  • Aug 30th

    Instead of a diary entry for the first day back from holidays.

  • Jul 24th

    To create an e safety based comic

    • Jul 25th

      Hi sarnold_sj,
      Sounds great! Thanks for sharing :)

  • Jul 11th

    writing resource

    • Jul 12th

      Hi JenTSDA,
      Thanks! Its lovely to hear from you :)

  • Jul 3rd


    • Jul 4th

      Hi stsgibson,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

  • Jun 26th

    Comic strip of Noah's Ark - RE

    • Jun 26th

      Hi kagney,
      Thanks! Its lovely to hear from you :)

  • Jun 21st

    Retelling the story of the Widow's mite in RE..nice and short!

    • Jun 21st

      Hi Deniseparrett,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

  • Jun 14th

    Transition activity with my new class. I am moving up with them so I will ask them to design a comic strip which shows their experience of the year.

    • Jun 14th

      Hi Kris89shell,
      That's a wonderful idea! I'll let our resource creators know about this :)

  • Jun 1st

    Re comic strip when thinking of a time have been a good friend in relation to good samaritan story - can they be a super hero in this scenario?

    • Jun 1st

      Great idea meganchiversm, thanks for sharing. :)

  • May 19th

    I am using it so pupils can recreate a scene from The Lion King

  • May 12th

    Investigating the intention of an author through the choices they make with text/images.

  • May 5th

    Giving children a great starting point for thinking about creating their own superheroes

  • Apr 21st

    use for superhero topic

  • Apr 18th


  • Apr 18th

    A reading club

  • Apr 14th


  • Apr 5th

    KS2 Nocturnal Animal Research Project

  • Mar 24th

    Co-operative Learning

  • Mar 14th

    For writing a traditional tale in the form of a comic strip.

  • Mar 3rd

    world book day

  • Feb 27th

    World Book Day

  • Feb 20th

    Using Lichtensteinart as part of a comic strip

  • Feb 10th

    Suspense writing, I used this to differentiate as targets for SEN was to build accurate sentences and this kept them more focused than a big write.

  • Feb 9th

    presenting dilemmas after drama activity during Safer Internet Day

  • Feb 7th

    English week, comic strip competition

  • Jan 20th

    Literacy comics superhero

  • Jan 19th

    Writing in Literacy. Turning a Science Fiction story into a comic strip

  • Jan 18th

    Transferring factual information into a more accessible format for younger students

  • Jan 18th

    Lesson based on writing our own comic

  • Jan 4th

    Early finishers in the classroom and narrative lessons based on comics.

  • Dec 16th

    Reading mentoring - looking at graphic novels and writing what we think about them in a graphic novel style.

  • Dec 11th


  • Nov 22nd


  • Oct 7th

    I'm using it as a template for my Brownies. It would be good if there was another version with some speech bubbles in too!

    • Oct 7th

      Hi there Jazz00, thanks for your comment! I have passed your request on to our design team who will look into making this resource for you. :)

    • Aug 20th

      Hi there Jazz00, thanks for your comment! Here is the version with speech bubbles: :)

  • Nov 4th

    Part of a Writing Workshop role play area for my Y4 class at wet play and reward time.

Comic Book Templates

Comic Book Templates - A fun set of comic book style templates for encouraging your children to think creatively and try out a mixture or writing and drawing. Great for practicing motor skills.
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