Customize pages for your students, all for free
Question: While educators teach from home, how can they administer a math test? For anyone working from home, is it possible to collaborate virtually?
The Short Answer: Read this blog post.
The Long Answer: Yes. You can edit our free downloadable Rocketbook pages and put your own text on the page to create a custom worksheet or template. (Then you and students can write on the page, scan, and send it to teachers or colleagues via the Rocketbook app).
What’s Going On?
Let’s catch you up to speed. With our free downloadable Rocketbook pages, you can design and share your very own worksheets and page templates with all your students or coworkers.
You’ll be able to create a worksheet for students to graph an equation or design a project tracking form for your team to use (these are just examples, of course you’re not limited to these two options).
I’m new to RB (my Core should arrive tomorrow!) I’m not clear how to use my to-be-creates templates in a way that uses your erasable RB pages. Is it possible to send you a template notebook with pages I’ve designed & have you send me a RB notebook? I guess I can use permanent markers, but something typed would be better.
Was there an answer how to get these on erasable paper?
I agree… there needs to be a way to design your own sheets and have them printed on erasable pages. Let me upload a design, you print them, and mail me the pages or something.
This post is a very creative idea to make the home more attractive and functional. Very lovely post. Thank you for sharing the post.
Please please please! Give us more sizes.
I was so excited with the title of the notification, even though the tip is amazing and I’m going to do my journal templates like this and maybe some templates for taking notes, etc. I was really hopping for the capability of playing with different sizes. I’ve been dying for different sizes of this pages (half letter, how about post-it size, etc.)
I have even try to create my own for my disc system notebook, sadly without success.
Always a fan of the Rocketbook system. Keep up the good work.