Being able to design your own PowerPoint slides is useful in so many ways. It can help make your PowerPoint lessons more engaging or you can use it as I do as a fun way to display morning work or activity instructions.
They Are Useful For:
1) Morning Work Templates
This is my primary use for my PowerPoint slide templates. Students love walking in to see a bright, thematic whiteboard with the day's instructions. And guess what? Because the decorative slides grab their attention, it also increases the likelihood they'll read all of your instructions on the whiteboard as well. This reduces a lot of those repetitive student questions about what to do. And that's a WIN in my teacher book!
2) Activity Instructions
Having instructions for an activity displayed in engaging written format once again helps eliminate a lot of repetitive questioning which often results in a teacher who is less tired and has more energy for the activity at hand. :)
3) Presentations For Lessons, Professional Development, Etc.
The third set of templates in this course provide a blank canvas for you to customize for any type of presentation you need in your teaching life.
Welcome! Watching The Course On Your Phone Clip Art & Digital Papers Commercial Use Of Clip Art Commercial Clip Art Video Finding Free Clip Art Free Clip Art Video Fonts Downloading Fonts Troubleshooting Fonts In PowerPoint On A Mac Smart Tip: Save Your Favorite Clip Art/Font Artists & Design Ideas Pinterest Design Board Video Clip Art & Font Artist Lists PowerPoint Basics PowerPoint Basics Video
Download Them Here! Templates Overview
Customizing The Slide Templates Changing The Background & Color Theme More Customizations & Saving Slides As Image Files
The Final Version Templates Finishing The Final Version Text Boxes & Editing The 3rd Version Of Templates
Saving Your Slides As A PDF PDF Video Tutorial Tips For Selling Your Creations How To Credit FlapJack Factory For Commercial Use Of Your Templates
FlapJack Factory Affiliate Program
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Tabitha Carro is a 4th grade Spanish partial-immersion math and science teacher in South Carolina. She previously taught kindergarten in Georgia for six years. She has been creating her own class decor and 21st-century classroom resources since 2010. She has a successful blog and TpT store called FlapJack Educational Resources. Over the past few years, her fun-focused resources and class decor have been making their way through many classrooms around the globe. She is also the creator of the Smartphone Marketing School - a website and membership site that teaches online entrepreneurs how to visually market their businesses with just their iPhones. She has an Argentinian husband and a Yorkie-Poo companion. She loves them both to pieces.
Before you purchase, make sure you read and have the following tech requirements:
The tutorials are shown using PowerPoint 14.6.1 on a Mac. The following is required to get the most out of FJ Factory courses:
- Internet connection
- Basic skills in PowerPoint
- Mac or PC with an updated operating system (please be aware that tutorials are done on a Mac but special instructions are provided for PC users when differences arise)
- PowerPoint 13 or later
- Your own clip art and digital papers (instructions and sites are provided on where to find clip art and digital papers)
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