Turn Your Students Into Published Authors

Every Thanksgiving we look for projects that are educational and bring the class together. Creating a thanks and giving book with your class does this and more! Your students will work through all the stages of the writing and illustrating process including brainstorming what they are thankful for. When you’re finished, publish your student’s work into a one-of-a-kind classbook for free! Plus, you’ll get a deluxe, hardcover copy for your classroom library.

* When you publish by 2/26/21 you will receive a $15 Amazon Gift Card for school supplies. Restrictions apply, see Amazon.com/gc-legal

Reasons Why Educators Love Publishing With Studentreasures

  • Motivates students to want to write
  • Builds students’ pride, self-esteem, and confidence
  • Makes teaching writing easy and fun
  • Cross-curricular and flexible
  • It’s FREE and includes access to lesson plans, writing tips, and more
Students

Follow these four easy steps and turn your students into published authors:

Order Kit

Tell us when you’ll publish and select your FREE kit! Choose the layout and format that works best for your class.

Get Creative

Let your students’ imaginations run wild as they fill the kit pages with their writing and illustrations. The sky’s the limit!

Publish Book

Submit your completed kit(s) and we’ll send your deluxe, hardcover book, FREE to the teacher along with extra copies ordered by parents.

Celebrate!

Get your camera ready to capture the smiles of your published authors. There are a million ways to celebrate!

Teachers, grab this free lesson plan + printables to get started!

Our FREE kits are easy and adaptable

Choose between online, paperless publishing or physical, paper kits.
You’ll have everything you need to turn your students into published authors!

Landscape fanned Kit

Get Inspired!

Everything for publishing was provided with easy guidelines to follow. The final product was delivered promptly and looks amazing! My class will be making a book every year now.”
— Carrie W. Peter Sarpy Elementary School, Bellevue, NE

Get Inspired

Click on these projects to help inspire your students’ own!