Google Docs recently released five new templates for Docs, Slides and Sheets that you can use for free. Each one is designed by an expert in their field, including a Google Science Fair winner, a top notch pitch artist and even LeVar Burton of Reading Rainbow. You'll find a book report template from Burton for Docs that's great for kids, a science fair template in Slides from former Google Science Fair winner Shree Bose and a business budget template in Sheets designed by the Intuit QuickBooks team. You'll also find a couple Slides templates that are designed to help you give the best presentation possible. The first template is a pitch template from venture capital funding company GV that is built around proven presentation tactics. The second Slides template is from Chip and Dan Heath, the authors of Made to Stick, and will help your presentation leave a lasting impression with their concept of "sticky ideas". To access the templates, open up Google Docs, create a new document and choose "From template..." Then browse until you find the one you want.
New templates in Google Docs: designed by experts, made for you [Google Docs Blog]