Storyboard Assignment Sheet Layout

Students love lessons with graphic organizers, and when the graphic organizer in question is storyboards, they love it even more! They are naturally attracted to storyboards, because they love drawing things. But they also help students organize their ideas and present them in an orderly manner. We added some colorful and eye catching storyboard templates to help you along the way.

A Completed Storyboard Template

Below is an already completed storyboard. You can use it as a template and change the images and text. With our importing functionality and integrated Google images search, creating a graphic rich storyboard is very easy and won’t take a long time.

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Storyboard Templates as PDF Downloads

We added some beautifully designed graphic rich templates for you. But we understand that sometimes you just want to download a blank template and get it printed. That is why we have added two print ready storyboard templates as PDF downloads. They are in A4 portrait and A4 landscape formats so no need of adjustments from your end. Right click on the link and choose “Save Link as..” to save it in your preferred location.

Storyboard Template ( A4 Landscape ) – PDF

Storyboard Template (A4 Portrait) – PDF

Colorful Storyboard Templates

Colors and fancy arrows make your storyboard attractive and encourage kids to contribute more. Below is a blank template that will help the kids start instantly. Prefer another color for your storyboard? With our 2-click styling function, it takes only seconds to change the colors.

Colorful storyboard template available at Creately. You can change the colors in seconds using our 1-click styling feature.

Storyboard Templates with Attractive Images

A storyboard has two basic things; an area for visuals and some text lines to explain the visuals. A word document with boxes and lines will do the trick, but what it won’t do is the delight and excite students. That’s one reason why we added graphics to some of our storyboard templates. Also the visual aids are in different sizes and shapes. No two visuals carry the same details, with Creately you can change the sizes to exactly fit your visual.

Encourage participation by adding graphics to your storyboard template

Storyboard Template With a Difference

Storyboards are about organizing ideas and presenting them in an orderly manner. It doesn’t always have to be arrows pointing to boxes. So we come up with some unique storyboard layouts of our own. We sincerely hope you would love them.

Template with a unique design and graphic

SpongeBob Squarepants Missing Identity Storyboard

Who doesn’t love SpongeBob SquarePants? This SpongeBob SquarePants’ storyboard template gives a brief summary of the episode where SpongeBob almost loses his mind over losing his identity tag. A storyboard like this is great to have by your side when you are relating a story to your students. It will help them follow the sequence of the story easily while enjoying it at the same time.

SpongeBob Squarepants Missing Identity Storyboard (click on image to use as a template)

Storyboard template to translate an idea into a visual story

The best way to make sure that your students understood the lesson you just taught them is to get them to express the ideas they have about the topic. What better way to encourage them to express their ideas than to get the kids to translate the ideas into a visual story in a sequence.  A storyboard template like this is a great way to get them  to be more excited about being expressive.

Storyboard template to translate an idea into a visual story (click to use as a template)

Storyboard template for students

Here is a simple storyboard template that you can use with your students. You can use this to test their knowledge on the lessons you taught them by getting them to visually express their ideas. Or you can also simply incorporate this in a little fun activity where you can encourage your students to tell a story. They all love telling stories!

Storyboard template for students (click on image to modify online)

Woodcutter and His Axe Storyboard Template

Kids love to listen to stories just as much as they love to tell them. This template relates the story of the woodcutter and his axe. Using the Creately editor you can quickly change the images and the text and use the template to relate any other story you or your students like.

Woodcutter and His Axe Storyboard Template (click on image to modify online)

 

Shown above are some of the storyboard templates available at Creately. Visit our diagram community to check out more Storyboard examples.

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What is a Template?

Templates originate from builders and other craftsman who made forms and molds to serve as guides for shaping materials. Templates have since expanded to include document formatting, along with many other uses like printing and sewing. A template is a pre-formatted guide that can be used again and again. Blank templates for graphic organizers are especially useful because you do not need to recreate the same thing over and over, and they can be used for many purposes.


Basic Storyboard Template

The storyboard is usually a sequence of images in linear order to show the progression of a story. For basic storytelling, including narration, animation, and film, a straightforward template is all that is needed. Add in title and description boxes and cells as needed for the desired length and complexity.





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Templates for Educator Editions

Here at Storyboard That, we have found that our storyboard software is great for all sorts of activities in the classroom! A great place to start with students is with a ready-made template. Templates can be as basic or as detailed as you want. For a vocabulary assignment, you might just need a blank Frayer Model, but templates can also be partially completed storyboards! Sometimes it is even helpful to put instructions directly into a storyboard that all students start with!


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Students can easily use your templates to start an assignment. You save time by setting up the storyboard as you want it, with or without a completed example, and then allow students to hit the ground running! They will not have the ability to edit your original template, just make a copy of it into their own account to edit and complete.


Students cannot change your template, so there will be no issues with a student saving over the template.

Templates have their own icon on the Teacher Dashboard so you can easily access them! Use the navigation pane on the left side of the Teacher Dashboard.



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Use a storyboard template in the classroom for student activities, either printed out as worksheets or as an online activity. Add a template to an Assignment on Storyboard That for students to use as a starting point through the Teacher Dashboard. Having a template ready to go for student activities helps save a lot of time on the student creation end and helps with modifications for different learners.


Any storyboard can be printed out to be used as a blackline template for copying purposes. Check out some of the print options - you may be surprised by all of the options we offer!



You can make your own templates from a blank storyboard, but we also have a few templates already! Here are several storyboard templates Storyboard That has for different activities. Click "Create a Copy". Make any changes you want, such as changing the background color or adding cells, click "Save", and click "Convert Storyboard to Template".


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Storyboard Template - Narrative Structure





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How to Make Templates for Students

Step 1: Make Storyboard

Create a storyboard according to your specifications. Add text or images, change the number of cells, change the background or text color of title and description boxes, adjust the size of each cell, etc.


Step 2: Save Storyboard

Save your storyboard. While not necessary, it may be worthwhile to name the storyboard with something generic, such as "Vocabulary Frayer Model" or "Character Map".


Any template you have in your account will have a book icon and the word "Template" next to the title.



Step 3: Convert Storyboard

After you create and save the storyboard you want to use as a template, look below the storyboard for the "Convert Storyboard to Template" button. It looks like this:



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