30 Free Cute PowerPoint Templates: Collection For A Sweet Presentation
With the winter almost gone, time to welcome spring with a smile and a bunch of beautiful colorful designs. Today we’ve prepared for you 30 free cute PowerPoint templates to edit and use for your presentations. No matter if you’re teaching lessons, promote your bakery, create something for the holidays or simply wish to build a cute presentation, there is something for everyone.
Take a look at these 30 free and extremely cute PowerPoint presentation templates:
1. Free Sprinkles for Cute and Tasty Presentation
Gradients and wavy shapes with some colorful sprinkles make this cute template perfect for a presentation about celebrations, or even for a pastry shop. The presentation has 21 slides and icons, it’s editable and ready to go.Go To Free Download
2. Free Cute 3D Characters PowerPoint Presentation
If you like to be original and surprise your audience, 3D illustrations are all the rage right now. This design makes the most of it with 25 slides with tips for better presentations. The template also features 80 customizable icons.Go To Free Download
3. Free Cute Geometric Shapes PowerPoint Presentation
This fun math template is great for your next lesson. The design features geometric characters with a doodle style over a blackboard background in 25 editable slides that include graphs, maps, tables, and diagrams.Go To Free Download
4. Free Bubbly 3D Presentation for PowerPoint
This PPT template has a modern 3D space look, with colorful backgrounds. The free version includes 5 editable slides with image placeholders, icons, and exclusive template shapes.Go To Free Download
5. Free Presentation with Cute Kids Characters
With a jolly and cute design, terrific for keeping the attention of a young audience, this presentation comes with speech bubbles and an extra set of children illustrations you can choose the character that’s going to present each slide. The template has 25 slides.Go To Free Download
6. Free Presentation with Adorable Small Animals
This free presentation template has 25 slides with cute designs with pets illustrations. It’s great for keeping the attention of children and delighting the younger audience. The text bubble acts as if the adorable small animals themselves present the information.Go To Free Download
7. Free Colorful Tutti Frutti Template
You can spice up your next presentation with a playful fruity template. The illustrated background shows hand-drawn fruits with spots of bright colors. There are 25 editable slides and lots of examples of styles for graphs, charts, and tables.Go To Free Download
8. Free Cute Dinosaurs PPT Template
A very joyful template from the Jurassic period. These 25 slides are vibrant, full of bright colors, and sport cartoony illustrations of cute dinosaurs. Great for a younger audience, especially for presentations related to paleontology.Go To Free Download
9. Free Sweet Robo Characters PPT Template
Robots are always cool and everybody loves them. Mostly suitable for science presentations for younger viewers, or anyone really. The template features 25 slides plus cute robot illustrations. In addition, there are graphs, maps, tables, and diagrams.Go To Free Download
You can also replace the illustrations in this template with some of these robot cartoon graphics.
10. Free From Syeira with Love PowerPoint Template
This presentation with 25 slides mashes classy with cute and love as it represents Valentine’s Day but is not overwhelming.Go To Free Download
11. Free Sleeping Baby PPT Template
This free PPT template with 4 slides comes with an image of a newborn sleeping in a nest. You can use this design in your presentation on how to take care of newborns, child care, growth, and other baby-related PowerPoint topics.Go To Free Download
12. Free Mom and Baby PPT Template
In addition to the previous template, this PowerPoint presentation of 3 slides is themed with a mother a newborn baby. Good for presenting on maternity, having children, pregnancy, upbringing, child care, social help, state programs on family support.Go To Free Download
13. Free Fun Halloween PowerPoint Presentation for Kids
Get your costume and the candy prepared for Halloween is coming. You can celebrate it with this spooky yet cute free PPT template with 25 slides.Go To Free Download
14. Free Cute Easter PPT Template
A cute presentation template with 2 slides about Easter celebration, or just to send Happy Easter messages.Go To Free Download
15. Free Cute Sausage Dog PPT Template
Dogs are not only adorable, but they are also loving and faithful animals. This cute animal PowerPoint template includes 2 slides.Go To Free Download
16. Free Cute Cartoon Social Distancing Presentation for Kids
A pre-made presentation about social distancing in education. It features 37 fully-editable PPT slides.Go To Free Download
17. Free Oh My Dog! PowerPoint Presentation
This free presentation template includes 29 different slides with cute little pets to make any presentation cute and eye-grabbing.Go To Free Download
18. Free Lovebirds PowerPoint Presentation
A free template of 27 slides with cute cartoon animals and easy-to-edit graphics such as graphs, tables, timelines, and mockups.Go To Free Download
19. Free Cool Doodles PPT Presentation Template
Cute fun template with orange and pink colours, along with the doodle-style illustrations. The free presentation comes with 29 editable slides.Go To Free Download
20. Free Nice Nurses PowerPoint Template
A nice 27-slides PowerPoint presentation that reaches out to people of all ages in order to make your healthcare center known. Its design is adorable and touching with tender colors and lovely illustrations.Go To Free Download
21. Free Cute Xmas PowerPoint Template
With this PowerPoint template, you can send some festive greetings. The presentation includes 31 editable slides of greetings include lovely illustrations of reindeers, gifts, animals, and Santa Claus.Go To Free Download
22. Free Roses are Red PowerPoint Template
Here we have 31 beautiful presentation slides with a color palette of white and pink tones. Additionally, there are plants and leaves on the background as ornaments and the design is just cute.Go To Free Download
23. Free Reading and Comprehension Skills PPT Template
This cute free template with lovely illustrations is ideal for lessons. It includes 26 slides ready to impress a younger audience.Go To Free Download
24. Free Funny Math Lessons for Children PPT Template
These cute 26 free slides are ready to go for your math-related presentation for kids because learning math is cool. Period.Go To Free Download
25. Free Cute PowerPoint Template with Books
Whenever someone thinks literature class is boring, a cool presentation might definitely change their mind. This template is education resource with 32 editable slides with cute illustrations.Go To Free Download
26. Free The ABC Presentation Template
A free PowerPoint presentation of 34 slides, ideal for pre-school teachers.Go To Free Download
27. Free Cute Easter Presentation Template
A free Easter presentation with 29 slides with cute chicklings.Go To Free Download
28. Free Cute Pink Origami PowerPoint Template
Lovely pastel colors and classy-cute paper origami cranes pack in a gorgeous 44-slides presentation. The free template has editable data-driven charts and 139 different icons.Go To Free Download
29. Free Education PowerPoint Template with a Cute Fairy
Here we have 24 free slides in a children’s scrapbook style. Ideal for teaching your lessons to a younger audience.Go To Free Download
30. Free Sweet Little Animals Presentation Template
Even for a younger pre-school audience, these 24 free presentation slides have adorable animal character illustrations to present the lesson.Go To Free Download
And you’ve reached the end of today’s freebies collection. These were the 30 hand-picked free cute PowerPoint templates that you can add them to your library and get creative with. In search of more PowerPoint free resources? You can also check out some of our previous articles on the topic here:
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30 free Google Slides and PowerPoint themes for teachers
Free Google Slides & PowerPoint themes for teachers (plus lesson ideas and activities to use in class).
This post is by Paula Martínez, the creator of Slides Mania. Paula has a 9 to 5 job that has nothing to do with design or creativity or education! Making presentation templates has become a fun hobby that allows her to express her creativity. This led to SlidesMania being born. You can connect with Paula on Twitter at @SlidesManiaSM and subscribe to her email list at slidesmania.com to get the latest templates sent right to your inbox.
The right colors and graphics can make all the difference when creating an engaging Google Slides or PowerPoint presentation. However, sometimes creating the right theme takes time and creative energy that we don't always have.
That's why Slides Mania was created. With more than 150 free PowerPoint or Google Slides themes, you will surely find one that fits your next presentation or project.
Many of these templates fit perfectly in the lessons you already teach. Teachers from all over the world have used these themes in their classrooms in lots of creative and engaging ways. Click here to see a collection of tweets sharing SlidesMania templates in action!
Below you will find free downloadable themes for both Google Slides or PowerPoint plus ideas for using them in the classroom with your students.
Here are 30 FREE Google Slides templates and PowerPoint themes plus activity ideas and resources to get started ...
2. Virtual Art Gallery for showcasing work
This template was inspired by the virtual museum created by Ashley Guerrero and provides and online space to showcase your student’s art. All links are set, so it’s best to share it in present mode. That way, students and families can click their way from room to room!
Free Virtual Art Gallery, an interactive template to showcase your students' work.
Display students art, poetry, video, visual art, etc. work in a presentation via text, image or video. You can have them share digital work with you or snap a picture of an analog assignment and send your way. You can also use this template for interactive lessons of art, history, or anything really.
See how other teachers are using this template! https://wakelet.com/wake/Qwlsf8nOuZPfy7Iym0np9
Resource: 25 ways to infuse art into any class
5. Digital Board Game for gamification
You can use this interactive template for online learning if you are doing some synchronous sessions with your students. But it can also be fun for when schools reopen, and we all go back to “normal”.
You put the game rules, so it can be used for any subject. Just write the instructions for your game on the second slide and then add 21 activities. If you don’t want to use all the slides, you can add some “Free Passes” to some of the cards.
Digital Board Game, an interactive template for Google Slides
After using this template with a familiar game, try having your class make up their own rules and questions and create a unique game with your class! They can use writing skills to write game instructions and try it out with another class or teach it to their family at home.
See how other teachers are using this template! https://wakelet.com/wake/dX67G4JoB72cLixu4__rF
6. Classified and What Happened in 2B? for digital escape rooms
These free templates for Google Slides or PowerPoint are perfect for school activities such as digital breakouts, a history lesson, to investigate a past event or to solve a “Cold Case”.
The classified template features an old classified file, 35mm film strips and some old pieces of paper. – On the 19th slide you’ll find some tips on how to get the old photo effect and the rubber stamp texts.
What happened in 2B is a perfect template to let your students solve a number of cases based on different subjects.
Use either (or both) of these templates as part of your own digital escape room! These templates offer a fun way for students to uncover the clues they need to escape.
See how other teachers are using this template! https://wakelet.com/wake/xKqT4_6I9r2DsCcHxp8n-
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7. The Tower Building for elevator pitches
Well, as I said on Twitter, it all started with me trying to illustrate an elevator… and after that, things got out of hand. I wasn’t sure if it was going to be useful, so I asked for help… and the responses have blown my mind! Make sure you read all the comments here.
Tower Building, Elevator Pitch FREE interactive template for Google Slides or PowerPoint
When asked how they would use this template many responded “Elevator pitches” – Thank you Lissa, Jessica, Cherelle, Susan, Mel, Alison, Jessica, Kathleen, Stephanie, and also look at this great idea from Lesleigh!
Others responded to use it for “Choice Boards” – Thank you Donna, Nicole, Jennifer, Liz, and Ryan!
Other ideas were: Virtual stations, escape rooms, lesson plan units, to build virtual campuses, to design interactive rooms (hello bitmoji classrooms!), presenting grammar ordered by difficulty level, great for an assessment review with different focus points: each floor could be a topic with activities and resources, and many, many, more ideas!
See how other teachers are using this template! https://wakelet.com/wake/sLld6zKhkIAmtnooJ8JBY
10. Weekly Planner for Remote Learning
Now that educators, students and families are adapting to distance learning, planning your online lessons using Google Slides is a great option whether you are using Google Classroom or not. Almost everybody has a Gmail account and you can easily share the link to the deck with your students.
You can add all the multimedia files they’ll need within the Google Slides file. Just one file for the whole week!
I’ve added links to each lesson on the numbers that I put on each day on the first slide, also to the home button on each lesson for easy navigation (check out the video on slide 2). If you need to add more lessons, copy and paste the circles on the cover and add a link to its corresponding slide.
Weekly Planner for Online Lessons based on Google Slides or PowerPoint.
Use this planning template to pull together your videos, activities, links, homework assignments and anything else your students will need for the whole week. Share the load by collaborating with a grade level or content area colleague and create the weekly assignments together.
See how other teachers are using this template! https://wakelet.com/wake/lv4a2MnMs96Azp8FWk9oU
Love Slideshow Maker – Show Them How Much You Care
Share your romantic love story with a love-themed slideshow!Create a Love Slideshow
Create a cute love slideshow
Smilebox’s love slideshow maker was made with affection in mind. Of course, there is no one size fits all when it comes to feelings, so our love slideshow software has dozens of designs. Say “I love you” by customizing a love photo slideshow template for your significant other, your kids, relatives, and special friends. You never run out of love, and with Smilebox’s romantic slideshows, you’ll never run out of ways to say it either.Try it now
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Choose a template and make a romantic video from photos online
“I love you” slideshow for your boyfriend or girlfriend
Romantic moments come up a lot: anniversaries, Valentine’s Day, birthdays, proposals and weddings—the list goes on. However big or small the occasion, it’s nice to make your special someone feel loved. And sometimes, creating a sentimental surprise goes a lot further than an expensive store-bought gift.
Go ahead and make your loved one smile with a moving slideshow of your favorite moments and memories. It’s as easy as following the 4 steps below.
How to make a love slideshow:
Pick a romantic slideshow template
There’s all kinds of love in the world, so we’ve given you tons of love slideshow template moods from which to choose. After you have found one that suits your fancy, click it and then click “Personalize”.
Add affectionate images
Now you can put all of the pics that you have stored on your phone, social media accounts, and computer to another use. It’s simple! Just click “Add Photos” and then choose the images that fit your feelings. If you’re adding a lot of pics, it might help to use the “Autofill” feature, which puts images onto slides for you. Alternately, you can click each photo separately to get it into the slideshow.
Give it that loving feeling
A huge selection of colors, text boxes, and text styles allows you to personalize your love slideshow just the way you like it. You can also spice things up with fun animation tools and by adding music.
Send your love
Whether it’s one person or one hundred, Smilebox gives you lots of choices when sharing your love photo slideshow. Choose from our email and social media sharing options, and save your love slideshow on your PC for future reminiscing. Take note that the finalized copy is a high-quality version that is a joy to watch. If you wish, you may print it as well.
Love slideshows – you’ll love making them
Love slideshows are as entertaining to make as they are to receive! The intuitive way of using Smilebox’s romantic slideshow maker, plus fascinating templates, is something that many people enjoy on its own. That’s why, after getting tons of praise from loved ones who receive your slideshow, we’re sure you’ll come back again and again.
Love slideshows are only the beginning
Smilebox’s slideshows go way beyond the theme of everyday affection. We have free slideshows for birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, and all sorts of other occasions. But there’s more! We have free online invitations, eCards, and collages as well. Each one is easy and enjoyable to use. No matter what the occasion or the emotion, it’s easy to find and customize a template to get your message across.
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Add photos, captions, colors and animations with ease.
All your photos are safely stored and backed up.
Choose from our vast collection of tunes, or upload your own songs.
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120+ Best Presentation Ideas, Design Tips & Examples
Did you know that 46% of people can’t sit through a presentation without losing focus?
That’s why I wanted to learn how to make a presentation that will captivate an audience. So I turned to SlideShare and looked at the most viewed presentations. After looking at hundreds of different authors, topics, and designs, I’ve assembled over 100 tips on how to design a compelling presentation for:
Here are 120+ presentation ideas, design tips, and examples to help you create an awesome slide deck for your next presentation. Venngage’s drag and drop canvas will help you make a presentation in no time.
1. Use A Minimalist Presentation Theme
The best designs can also be some of the simplest you see. In the Airbnb pitch deck below, they use a minimalist color scheme and font selection.
A minimalist design is sleek, organized and places the most important thing in focus: your information. There are no distracting stock images, icons, or content. Everything on this unique presentation feels like it belongs and works together perfectly.
Learn how to customize this template:
2. Use a Consistent Design Motif Throughout Your Presentation
Here’s a go-to tip to for a cohesive presentation design: use a design motif. The motif could be a recurring shape (like circles, lines or arrows) or symbol (like a leaf for “growth” or a mountain for “goals”). For more ideas, check out our guide to common symbols and meanings used in design.
For example, this presentation template uses circles as a design motif. The same circle icon is used in three different colors to add a bubbly touch to the design. The team photos are also incorporated using circle frames:
3. Use an Eye-Catching Presentation Background Image
Like with any type of design work, you should want to catch the eye of your audience. In a presentation, this should be done from the beginning with a compelling background image or a color gradient.
In this presentation template, the creators were able to do just that with a landscape photo. When a presentation like this is seen on social media, during a webinar or in person, your audience will definitely listen up.
4. Visualize Your Points With Icons
Icons are the perfect visuals to include in presentations. They’re compact and can convey a concept to your audience at a glance. You can even combine multiple icons to create custom illustrations for your slides.
Use the Icon Search in Venngage to find illustrated and flat icons:
5. Use A Black & White Color Scheme For A Corporate Presentation Design
In the presentation below there are only two colors used: black and white. Now, you might be worried that only using two colors is boring, but it all comes down to balance.
Playing off the ideas of classic minimalism, the designer made this presentation look sleek and professional. And now your content can be the main attraction of your presentation as well!
6. Repurpose Your Slide Deck Into An Infographic
Sometimes it helps to work smarter, not harder when you are creating a unique presentation. In fact, the spacing, layout, and style used in this presentation makes it easy to repurpose the same images into an infographic.
This allows you to create two unique pieces of content from one idea! Which is exactly what Officevibe did.
Join Venngage’s CEO, Eugene Woo, to learn how you can design impactful infographics that will help maintain trust, increase productivity and inspire action in your team.
7. Break Your Genre Mold For A Fun Presentation Idea
When I first clicked on this creative presentation from SEMrush, I was not expecting to be transported into a comic book. I’m glad I clicked because it may be the most unique slide deck I have ever seen. Going this extreme with your presentation ideas may seem a bit risky, but to be able to break the mold in this age of cookie-cutter presentations is worth it.
8. Make Your Presentation Cover Slide Count
As I was scrolling through all of the presentations, this one made me stop in my tracks. It could be that I have a life-long love of Star Wars, or it could be that their presentation cover slide was designed to do just that: grab your attention. That’s why you should not stick with a boring, text-only title slide. Don’t be afraid to use icons and illustrations to make a statement.
9. Alternate Slide Layouts to Keep Your Presentation Engaging
Keeping your audience engaged throughout an entire presentation is hard, even if you have been working on your presentation skills. No one wants to look at slides that look exactly the same for an hour. But on the other hand, you can’t create a unique masterpiece for each slide.
That’s why I’m very impressed with what the designers did in the presentation example above. They use a consistent visual theme on each slide, but alternate between vertical and horizontal orientations.
The swapping of orientations will show people that the presentation is progressing nicely. It can help you make a strong, almost physical, distinction between ideas, sections or topics.
10. Make Your Audience Laugh, Or At Least Chuckle
Sometimes you need to not take your business presentations too seriously. Not sure what I mean? Go check out slide number 10 on this slide deck below.
If you did not actually laugh out loud, then I don’t know what to tell you. Small illustrated embellishments can be very powerful because they evoke an emotional response and to gain your audience’s trust.
Did you know 70% of employees think that giving a good presentation is an essential workplace skill?
11. Supplement Your Presentation with Printed Materials
Printed takeaways (such as brochures and business cards) give audience members a chance to take home the most important elements of your presentation in a format they can easily access without using a computer. Make sure you brand these materials in a way that’s visually consistent with your slide deck, with the same color scheme, icons, and other iconic features; otherwise, your recipients will just end up scratching their heads.
If you’re giving people multiple materials, try packaging them all into one convenient presentation folder. There are over 100 styles with a wide range of custom options, so feel free to get creative and make your folder stand out. Sometimes a unique die cut or an unusual stock is all you need to make something truly memorable. Here are some brochure templates to get you started.
12. Only Use One Chart Or Graphic Per Slide
Having too much information on a slide is the easiest way to lose the focus of your audience. This is especially common when people are using graphs, charts or tables.
In this creative slide deck, the author made sure to only include one focal point per slide, and I applaud them for it. I know this may sound like a simple presentation tip, but I have seen many people lose their audience because the slides are too complex.
13. Keep Your Employee Engagement Presentations Light
Sometimes you need to get away from stuffy, professional presentation ideas to capture your audience’s attention. In this case, Officevibe used some very colorful and playful illustrations to stand out from the crowd.
I mean, who could not love the plant with a face on slide number 9? And if you want to see some more icons and illustrations like this, be sure to check out our article on how to tell a story with icons.
14. Feature a Map When Talking About Locations
Including a map in your creative presentations is a fantastic idea! Not only do they make an interesting focal point for your slide layout, they also make location-based information easier to understand.
This cool presentation example by our pro designers at Venngage uses maps to visualize information. This map both dominates the screen, and also displays all the locations being covered.
15. Use a Font That Is Large and In Charge
If you are presenting to a small group or a packed stadium, make sure your audience can see your text! Use a large and in charge font that can be read from even the nosebleed seats.
Honestly, you really never know where your unique presentation will be seen. It could be seen in a conference room or conference hall, and everything in between. Be ready to present almost anywhere with a bold and easy to read font.
16. Use Pop Culture References To Build A Fun Presentation
Using a meme or pop culture reference is another way that you can jive with your audience. It can be used to quickly get a point across without saying a word or create a moment that you can connect with the room. For example in this presentation, they used Napoleon Dynamite to give the audience feelings of nostalgia.
17. Use More Than One Font Weight On Your Presentation Cover Slide
Just like you would never use one font on an infographic, you should never use just one font on your presentation (for more tips, read our guide on how to choose fonts). In this presentation example from HubSpot, they use a bunch of different font weights to add emphasis to key words and ideas.
As you can see, they use a bold font on the presentation cover to bring attention to Steve Jobs name. This makes it easy for the audience to know what your presentation is going to be about from the beginning as well.
18. Use A Color Theme For Each Idea
Color is another extremely powerful nonverbal tool that you can use to guide your audience. By using a different color for each section of your creative presentation, Dell is able to clearly indicate when they are switching points or ideas. Going from green to orange, and even red almost effortlessly.
This is a great way to design a list, guide, or a how-to presentation as well. And each color can be assigned to a different step or number with ease.
Need help picking the perfect color palette? Start here!
19. Use Illustrations Instead Of Pictures
An easy way to keep your design consistent throughout your unique presentation is to use illustrations like in this slide deck by Domo.
They used illustrations instead of pictures to show off their subject on slide numbers 4-10 and it looks fantastic. This will ensure that the audience focuses on the content, instead of just the photo they could have used.
It also helps that illustrations are a top design trend for 2020.
20. Use Contrasting Colors to Compare Two Perspectives or Sides of an Argument
Contrasting colors can be used to quickly show each side of topic or an argument. For example in this presentation, they use this trick to show the difference between their company and the competition.
They use color very effectively in this example to show their company is better, in a nonverbal way. With a lighter color and illustrated icons, the company is able to position them as the better choice. All without saying a word.
Now if they would have used similar colors, or a single color the effect wouldn’t have been as strong or noticeable.
21. Include Your Own Personal Interests
This example is one of the most interesting and cool presentations I have seen in awhile, so I suggest checking out the entire thing. The creator inserts a bunch of his personal interests into the slide to make his presentation about education fun and relatable. And they even use a Super Mario Bros inspired presentation cover, so you know it has to be fantastic!
22. Try To Stick To Groups Of Three
How many major ideas should be present on your presentation aid? Never break your presentation layout down into anything more than thirds. This means there should be at most three columns, three icons, three ideas and so on. A great example of this idea starts on slide number 9 in this slide deck and continues throughout the rest of the presentation.
Here is a great three columned slide template to get started with.
23. Add A Timeline To Help Visualize Ideas
One of the best ways to visualize a complex process or historical event is to use a timeline presentation. A list of all the steps or events is just not going to cut it in a professional setting. You need to find an engaging way to visualize the information.
Take the presentation example above, where they outline the rise and fall of Athens in a visually stimulating way.
24. Label Your Graphs & Charts
If the people at Pollen VC had not added those annotations to the graphs on slide number 5, I would have definitely not known what to make of that graph.
But when you combine the visuals on a graph with descriptive text, the graph is able to paint a picture for your audience. So make your graphs easy to understand by annotating them (this is a chart design best practice).
Create a free graph right here, right now!
25. White Font Over Pictures Just Works
There is a reason that you see so many quotes or sayings in a white font that are then overlaid on an image. That it is because it just works in so many situations and the text is very easy to read on any image.
If you do not believe me, look at the slide deck example above where they use a white font with a few different fonts and about 100 images. Plus the presentation template is chocked full of other tips on how to create a winning slideshow.
26. Color Code Your Points Across The Whole Presentation
Here is another example of a presentation that uses color to keep their points organized. In this case, they use 10 different pastel colors to match the 10 different tips for employee engagement.
Check out our guide for how to pick the best colors for your visuals.
27. Use a Simple Flow Chart to Break Down a Process
If you’re a fan of the movie Step Brothers, you may have heard of Prestige Worldwide before. In this fun presentation example they are back to sell you on their business model and growth plans.
This time, the presentation will be effective because it actually talks about what the business does.
Instead of making a music video, they use a helpful flowchart template to explain their business model. I would recommend following their lead and creating a dynamic flow chart to visually break down any process. Try making your own flowchart with Venngage.
28. Make Your Slide Deck Mobile Friendly
As more people move to mobile as their main device each year, making your presentations mobile-friendly is becoming increasingly important. This means that the text is large and there aren’t too many small details, so everything can scale down. Just like in this presentation example from the creators at Globoforce.
29. Don’t Be Afraid To Include Too Many Examples
If you are presenting a complex idea to a group, especially a large audience, I would recommend having a ton of good examples. Now, I would try not to overdo it, but having too many it is better than having too few.
In this creative presentation, the people at With Company spend about 20 slides just giving great examples of prototyping. It doesn’t feel too repetitive because they all are useful and informative examples.
30. Use Consistent Visual Styles For an Elegant Presentation Design
I have already written extensively about using icons in all of your design projects. I haven’t talked as much about matching icons to your presentation template.
But that’s just as important, especially if you want to create a professional presentation for your audience.
As you can see in the example above, the designer used minimalist icons that fit the slide designs. All of the other graphics, charts and visual elements fit together nicely as well.
Plus the icons don’t distract from the content, which could ruin a stellar presentation.
31. Use A Consistent Presentation Layout
In this example from Bannersnack, they use a consistent layout on each of their slides to help with the flow by using the same margins and text layout.
It’s a solid presentation example because they help the user know where to look immediately. It may seem like they are playing it safe, but anything that can speed up the time it takes for a user to read the content of the slides, the better.
32. Use Loud Colors As Much As Possible
This is one of my favorite presentations because of the highlighter yellow they chose to use as their main color. It is actually very similar to one that I saw presented live a few years ago and I have used this same approach in a few presentations ideas of my own.
33. Pull Your Design Motif From Your Content
If you are talking about an interesting topic, why not use the topic as the main design motif in your creative slide deck? For example, in this presentation about sketchbooks, the creator uses a sketchy, handwritten motif. It is something simple that helps the audience connect with the topic. Plus, it allows you to include a ton of great examples.
34. Utilize A Call & Answer Cadence
In this SlideShare about how to create a presentation, Peter Zvirinsky uses a two-step process to present a point. First, he presents the header presentation tip in a speech bubble. Then he shows a supporting point in a responding speech bubble. This gives the presentation a conversational flow.
35. Repurpose Ebook Content Into A Creative Presentation
This slide deck was adapted perfectly from a Seth Godin ebook into the presentation example you see above. In the slide deck, they take a piece of content that would usually take a while to read and cut it down to a few minutes. Just remember to include only the most important ideas, and try to present them in a fresh way.
36. Add A Timed Outline To Your Presentation
We have already covered how important it is to have a table of contents in your slides but this takes it a bit further. On the second slide of the presentation below, the creator added how long each of the slides should take.
This is great because it helps your audience know the pace the presentation will take and will help keep them engaged. It also will help them identify the most important and in-depth parts of the presentation from the beginning.
37. Use A “Next Steps” Slide To Direct Your Audience
One of the worst things you can do as a presenter is to leave your audience without any idea of what to do next. A presentation should never just end because you ran out of slides.
Instead, use a conclusion or “next steps” slide like in the example above to finish your presentation. Sum up some of your main points, tell your audience where they can get more information, and push them to take action.
38. Go A Bit Crazy With The Design
Sometimes you need to throw convention to the wind to create something unforgettable. This presentation from Velocity Partners does just that, and I think it is one of my favorite ones from this entire roundup.
They use unconventional typography, quirky icons, and unusual presentation layout to make each slide surprising.
39. Make Your Slide Deck Easy To Share
If you are looking to get a lot of eyes on your presentation I would make sure people will want to share it on social media. How do you do that? By presenting new and interesting value. This means your content needs to answer a common question and your design needs to be clutter-free. For an example, look at this very social media-friendly. The slides are simple and answer questions directly.
40. Use Shapes to Integrate Your Photos Into the Slides
Want to include a bunch of images in your presentation? I say do it!
Now most of the time you would add a raw image directly to your slide. However, if you want to present images in a professional way I would recommend using an image frame.
Like in the example above, you can use these frame to create a collage of images almost instantly. Or provide a similar visual theme to all of your slides.
Overall, I believe it’s a great way to add a new visual component to your presentation.
41. Hijack Someone’s Influence In Your Marketing Slides
If you are stuck in the brainstorming phase of your presentation, focusing on a brand or influencer is a great place to start. It could be a case study, a collection of ideas or just some quotes from the influencer. But what makes it effective is that the audience knows the influencer and trusts them. And you are able to hijack their awareness or influence.
42. Put Your Logo On Every Slide
Whether you have a brand as powerful as Moz, or you are just getting started, you should always have your logo on each slide. You really never know where a presentation is going to end up–or what parts of it will! In this presentation template, Moz does a good job of including their branding and such to get others interested in Moz Local. Don’t have a logo yet? Our logo design tips will help you create a logo that’s iconic and will stand the test of time.
43. Lead Your Audience To It
In this example, the creator uses something very similar to the call and answer approach I mentioned above, but with a little twist. Instead of just throwing all the info up at once, they use three slides to build to a particular point and include a subtle call to action in the third slide.
44. Make Visuals the Focal Point of Your Presentation Slides
If you haven’t noticed, illustrated icons are having a revival in 2020 and beyond. This is likely because minimalist icons dominated the design world for the past decade. And now people want something new.
Brands also like using illustrated icons because they are seen as genuine and fun.
And because they are so eye-catching you can use them as focal points in your presentation slides. Just like they did in the creative presentation example above.
Picking the perfect icon is tough, I would recommend starting here!
45. Use A Quirky Presentation Theme
In this slide deck, the authors show you how to become an Animation Ninja…and they use ninja graphics and icons extensively. This caught my eye immediately because of the amount of work that I knew was behind this. It takes a lot of time and effort to line all of the content and graphic up to create a cohesive theme, but the payoff can be massively worth it.
46. Use A Consistent Background Image
I am a big fan of the way that Aleyda Solís uses only a single presentation background image throughout her presentation.
By using this tactic the audience is able to focus on what is happening in the foreground. Plus it gives the whole presentation a different feel than all the other ones I have looked at.
47. Summarize Your Points At The End
It’s a good idea to summarize your points at the end of your presentation, especially if you’ve covered a lot of information. In this presentation example, Deanta summarizes exactly what they do on slide numbers 16-18. They also provide their contact information in case their audience has any more questions. I think that every presentation should use this same approach, especially the ones you are presenting outside of your company.
48. Use A Minimalist Presentation Template
This slide deck from QuickBooks uses a minimalist theme to help the audience focus on what is important, the content.
There were only five colors used in the entire presentation and the graphics were simple line drawings. This made it easy to read and very pleasing to the eyes.
49. Split Your Slides Length-Wise
Here is a simple template you can use to separate your headers, or main points, from your body text in a presentation.
Instead of using a solid presentation background, split the slide in half like Sequoia did in their slide deck. They used their brand color for the title portion and a neutral white for the supporting content.
Use this template to create a very similar slide right now!
50. Embrace a Bold Color Scheme Throughout Your Presentation
My favorite part of the creative presentation example above is the use of complementary colors in each slide. As you can see, not one of the slides use the same color scheme but they all feel related connected.
This approach can be used to make your presentation visually unique, without abandoning a cohesive theme or idea.
51. Put Text In the Top Left Corner
English speakers will instinctively try to read text from a top to bottom, left to right orientation. I would recommend using a left alignment for your text and adding additional things from top to bottom, just like Aaron Irizarry did in this presentation layout.
52. Break Up Your Tables
A plain table with a white background with black or gray lines are difficult to read on a computer screen, so why would you create one for viewing on a large presentation screen? You shouldn’t!
Instead, follow Intuit’s lead and break up the rows with a bit of color. This applies to data visualization in general, but think it is even more important when it comes to presentations.
53. Present Connected Information in a Visually Similar Way
In this startup pitch presentation example, they have a ton of information to get through. But they present their most important slides, the problem and solution, in a visually similar way.
By using a similar layout on each slide, the audience will be able to quickly make a connection. If you want to present two connected pieces of information, use this tactic.
From the font to the layout, it’s all basically the same. The main message they’re trying to impart is a lot more impactful to the reader.
If they would have used two wildly different presentation layouts, the message may have been lost.
54. Roundup Expert Tips Into One Presentation
If you are looking for useful insights into the topic of your presentation, talk to some influencers in your niche. These are called “expert roundups” in the content marketing world and they are incredibly shareable.
Plus, they are pretty easy to create and have a great shelf life. In the example above, we talked to a gaggle of marketing experts about what makes a SlideShare great.
55. Use Bold & Brash Colors Throughout
Bold colors usually make your presentation template a lot easier to read and remember. Like at this slide deck made by our talented designers, which doesn’t shy away from bright, bold colors.
Want to pick a perfect color palette for your presentation? We can help!
56. Make Your Graphs Easy To Read & Interpret
It should not require a Master’s degree in statistics to understand the graphs that someone uses in a presentation. Instead, the axis should be easy to read, the colors should enforce the point, and the data should be clearly plotted.
For example, in this presentation on slide numbers 14 and 25, the graphs nail all of those tips perfectly.
57. Condense Your Presentation Into a Memorable Line
If you can, try condensing your information into a simple one-liner to help the message stick with your audience. In slide number 36 of this presentation, Mika Aldaba does just that and shows that “Facts + Feelings = Data Storytelling.”
He does this again a few times throughout the presentation with other memorable one-liners.
58. Bring attention to important figures with colorful icons
If you’re including a figure or number on your slides, I’m guessing you want the audience to actually see it.
That’s why I would recommend using an icon or graphic to highlight that figure. Maybe use a color or icon that isn’t used anywhere else in the presentation to make sure it really jumps off the screen.
In the presentation example above, all that’s used is a simple circle to make each figure a focal point. It’s really that easy, but many people leave it out of their presentations.
59. Anchor Your Text With Icons
Having your text or content floating out in the white space of your presentation is not a good look.
Instead, you should use anchor icons to give the text something to hold onto and draw the audience’s eye. If you need some examples of good anchor icons, check out slide numbers 4, 7 and 9 in this presentation example.
60. Add Semi-Opaque Lettering As a Presentation Background
A neat way to keep your slide deck organized is to number your slides or points using semi-opaque lettering in the background.
Then, place your slide content on top of the opaque lettering. This helps your audience know that you are on the same point or idea, plus it just looks really good when done right.
61. Use Simple Or Minimalist Borders
An easy way to class up your slides is to put a border around your text. Take this presentation from Venngage that uses a couple of different types of borders to make their slides look professional.
Plus it helps keep all of your content contained on the slide!
62. Feature One Idea Per Slide
Nothing is worse than a confusing, cluttered slide. Instead of trying to pack a bunch of ideas into one slide, focus on one core idea on each slide. If you need to flesh the idea out, just make another slide.
Having trouble condensing your slides? Our presentation design guide can help you summarize your presentations and convey a singular idea with a clear focus.
63. Keep Your Style Consistent With Your Brand
You might be tempted to switch up the style of your creative presentations each time, but think again. If your brand is known for fun and lighthearted content, like Officevibe, let that be your style throughout all of the presentations you publish under that brand. This will make your slide decks recognizable and will enforce your brand’s message.
64. Use Accent Fonts to Emphasize Important Numbers
Some people hate pie charts with a passion, but I think they are perfect for presentations. Especially if you want to bring attention to a figure or percentage point.
In this simple example, the pie charts are used to visualize each figure in an interesting way. Plus the pie charts fit the circular and fun theme of the rest of the presentation very well.
65. Use Patterned and Textured Presentation Backgrounds
Adding some subtle textures, icons or shapes to the presentation background can help make your slides more interesting. This is especially effective when you are only showing one point per slide, because it makes the slide design less sparse.
You can even switch up the colors on your shapes or textures to match the theme of the slide like DesignMantic did in this presentation.
66. Illustrate Complex Or Confusing Concepts With Icons
Ideally, you don’t want every slide in your deck to just be text. Instead, switch things up every few slides by using just pictures.
This slide deck by Gluwa uses icons to create little diagrams to illustrate their presentation ideas. Their slides still communicate concepts to the audience, but in a new way.
67. Overlay Stock Photos With Color
One problem many people encounter when creating a presentation or slide decks are finding photos with a consistent style. An easy way to edit photos to make them consistent is to add a transparent color overlay. In this example, Change Sciences uses a blue overlay on all of their photos. Plus, the color you choose can also help convey a particular mood.
68. Use Black and White Blocks
An easy way to make your text pop, particularly on a photo background, is to use white font on a black blog background (and vise-versa). Check out this slide deck by Abhishek Shah, which uses this trick in an effective way.
Now if you want to become a better leader this year, check out some of our favorite leadership infographics.
69. Use Photos With Similar Filters
Using a bunch of photos with wildly different filters can be jarring in a business presentation. To maintain a consistent flow, use photos with a similar filter and color saturation.
Take a look at this example from HubSpot across slide numbers 1-6 and you can see what I mean.
70. Visualize Your Points With Diagrams
Sometimes the best way to get your point across is to throw some diagrams into the presentation mix. But be sure to make is something that the audience can pick up on in three to five seconds tops.
For example, Jan Rezab uses a diagram to illustrate what takes up time in our lives on slide numbers 4, 5, 7 and 9!
71. Get Experts To Share Tips
If you want to provide even more value to your audience than you can offer yourself, why not call in some expert reinforcement? See what experts in your field have to say on the topic of your presentation and include their tips and insights. Plus you can hijack their influence and expand your audience fairly quickly.
72. Mimic a Popular Presentation Style
Uber’s pitch deck helped them raise millions of dollars in venture capital eventually leading to the glorious moment when they IPOed this year.
Aside from our sleek design upgrade (hey, we love good design!), this pitch deck template is the exact same one that Uber used to go from Idea to IPO.
And who knows? Maybe you might start the next Uber. But to raise money, you will need to create flawless business pitch decks to impress investors and raise those dollars.
73. Plan Your Presentation Idea Ahead of Time
I know that minimalist designs are all the rage this year, but there is a big difference between a well-thought-out minimalist design and a lazy design without the finish touches. The same goes for a cluttered design with too many things going on at once.
That’s why it’s worth it to take the time to really plan out your presentation ideas and design concepts. Take this slide deck about storytelling by HighSpark. A quick glance will tell you that they put a lot of thought into designing their slides.
74. Use Tables to Compare Your Brand to the Competition in Sales Presentations/Pitch Decks
There are a lot of ways to visually compare similar things in this day and age. You could use a comparison infographic, or even a venn diagram!
However, when it comes to presentations I think that the simple table is best. Especially if you are comparing more than two things, like in this presentation example.
With a table, you can clearly lay out all the pros and cons of each idea, brand or topic without it being overwhelming to the audience. Plus, virtually everyone knows how to follow a table, so your information will be easy to consume.
See more examples of the best pitch decks.
75. Blend Icons & Content Effortlessly
Usually, icons are used as eye-catching objects or anchors for text in a slideshow. But they can be used for so much more than that!
Like in this marketing presentation from Constant Contact they are very large but do not distract from the content.
76. Make Your Audience Want More
This tactic has been used by everyone since the idea of marketing was invented (or close to that). In this presentation example called “100 Growth Hacks, 100 Days” the creator only shows the audience the first 10 days of it and then uses a call to action at the end of the presentation to encourage them to seek out the rest.
The only risk with these kinds of presentation ideas is if your initial content is not great, you can’t expect your audience to seek out more information.
77. Use Memes (For Real, Though)
Usually, memes do not have a place in a serious business setting, so maybe don’t use them for formal presentations. But if you’re covering a lighter topic, or if you’re going for a fun presentation that will connect with your audience, don’t be afraid to throw a meme or two into the mix.
The audience immediately knows what you are trying to say when you use a popular meme in your presentation. For example, on slide number 7, the creator uses a meme to show that it will be hard to create great content
78. Include a Slide that Introduces Your Team in Pitch Decks
In this presentation example, the creators decided to include their team on a slide. I think it’s a great gesture.
Showing your team can help the audience put a face to your brand and make the whole company feel more genuine. So if there is a team that has helped you get where you are today, give them some recognition!
79. Feature A Complementary Color Palette
Even though I am not a formally trained designer, I still understand that proper color usage is the base of any good design. Although not all of the tenets of color theory work great for presentations, complementary colors are always a great pick.
Take a look at the color usage in this business presentation from Gary Vaynerchuk below. The purple and Snapchat yellow, which are complementary colors, look fantastic and the content jumps off the screen.
80. Use A Heavy Or Bold Font
The very back of the room should be able to read your content if you are giving a group presentation. To ensure that your entire audience can read the slides I would not only use a large font, but also use a heavy font. If you are confused by what I mean by a heavy font take a look at this unique presentation example by Slides That Rock.
81. Do The Math For Your Audience
If you are going to use a graph in your presentation to compare data you should do the match for your audience. Do not make them do the calculations in their head because you will quickly lose their attention. For example, on slide number 5 the people at Sickweather lay out exactly what figures they want the audience to take from the slide.
82. Use Unique Colors For Different Sections
The example below has 145 slides but it does not feel overwhelming or confusing.
That’s because each section has a different corresponding color, which makes it easier to flip through the slide deck and find a particular part.
83. Give Your Presentation a Catchy Title that Anyone Can Remember
What I really love about the presentation example above is that it features a catchy tagline on the second slide–“The 3S Framework.” It’s simple but it works!
This motto helps outline the structure of the presentation, and each slide referring back to it. Plus, the tagline will give the audience something to latch onto and remember from the presentation.
84. White Backgrounds Are Not Always Bad
A lot of people think that plain white background is a boring presentation faux pas. So the first thing they do is add color or image, which is not a bad thing at all.
But I also think that when used correctly, like in this example, plain white backgrounds can lead to beautiful presentations.
85. Split The Header Text From The Body Text
This idea is very similar to the one-two punch tactic that I talked about above, but it spreads the content over two slides as opposed to a single slide.
Use this design choice when you have a fairly easy to follow presentations, like the one below from Steve Young. I know that this is effective because it allows the audience to focus on the main point before he drives it home with the supporting details.
86. Feature Circle Image Frames
I am a big fan of the design choices that Frank Delmelle uses in this slide deck about content strategy. He uses circles as his main design motif and frames his images in circles as well.
87. Talk Directly To Your Audience
This slideshow tops out at 70 slides but it’s a breeze to flip through. That’s because the creator, Ian Lurie, decided to present it in the form of a conversation instead of a classic slide deck.
While each slide only has one or two sentences, it flows just like a friendly chat. He also includes the necessary pauses, breaks and other conversational tics that helps make it even more convincing.
88. Illustrated Icons Are Key This Year
Icons add a fun and functional element to your designs. In this presentation by Iryna Nezhynska, they use illustrated icons to make a potentially intimidating topic seem manageable.
89. Highlight Key Numbers and Percentages
Surprising percentages have the ability to excite and shock an audience. To make the percentages on your slides even more impactful, present them in a different color or font than the rest of the text.
In the presentation example above, Contently uses that exact tactic to bring more attention to key numbers.
90. Use a Gradient as Your Presentation Background
Just like bold color schemes, gradients are a current social media graphic design trend. They may feel retro to some, but I believe they will be around well into the future.
Gradients are perfect for presentation backgrounds because they are so versatile and eye-catching. I mean, you can literally create a gradient with any colors you can think of! And they look a lot more interesting than a simple flat background.
So embrace the future and use a gradient in your next presentation!
91. Track The Steps In a Process
In this example, the creators from O.C. Tanner add a very interesting feature to their slides, starting on slide number 6. If you take a look at this business presentation template, you will see that they number the steps in a process and track which step they’re on at the bottom of the slides.
92. Use Mind Blowing Font Pairings
The creator of this slide deck uses at least 10 different types of fonts. And it looks fantastic because they know that one font choice is boring. But this does not mean that you should use a bunch of random fonts–pick font pairs that play well together and keep your font choices for different types of information consistent throughout the presentation.
93. Make Your Ideas As Obvious As Possible
Your audience shouldn’t be guessing at what you mean. That is why I think that this presentation example from In a Rocket is so powerful because they make the information easy to digest.
Learning to code can be challenging, but they break the information down with simple diagrams and clear examples. Heck, I have not touched CSS in a few years and I could still follow what they were instructing.
94. Use Images That Will Actually Scale
A large mistake that you can make in your slide deck is using low-quality images. They may look great on your computer, but as soon as the slides are put up on a screen, the low quality will show. In this example by ThoughtWorks, all of their presentation background images look great and will scale well to a bigger screen. And that is even after the image compression that LinkedIn most likely does!
95. Take Risks With Your Presentation Layout
I honestly was blown away the first time I saw this presentation because it capitalized on such a risky design idea. The creators from Weekdone literally turned their presentation into an 8-Bit video game. And if you are looking for something that will stick with your audience, I would take a few creative cues from them!
96. Seriously, You Better Use Memes
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Slideshow presentations are pretty standard in most classrooms these days, especially for distance learning. Google Slides is a popular option: it’s free, it has lots of cool features, and it integrates easily with Google Classroom. One easy way to make your presentations pop is to use Google Slides templates, also known as themes. All the design work is done for you, so all you have to do is customize them to fit your needs. We’ve rounded up some of the best free Google Slides templates out there. Take a look, then get busy creating something new!
New to Google Slides? Start here for tips and tricks every teacher needs to know.
1. Interactive Jeopardy!
Turn test review into a fun competition! This interactive template is fully customizable; just add your questions and answers.
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2. Desktop Organizer Calendar
Use these monthly organizers to link to other projects, slideshows, documents, and more. It’s a great place to start class each day.
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3. Alphabet Order Game
This Google Slides game is ready to go! Use the five increasingly challenging drag-and-drop levels with your whole class, or assign it as station work.
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4. Galaxy Theme
These Google Slides templates are perfect for a unit on space. (You might even say they’re out of this world!)
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5. Bulletin Board Theme
Use this theme to create presentations, or for an interactive classroom bulletin board with links to flyers, events, and more.
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6. Breakout Room Note Taker
Virtual breakout rooms are a nice way to incorporate group work into distance learning. Have your students use these Google Slides templates to record their discussion.
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7. Who’s Who? Game
These templates have activities like a match-up game and crossword puzzles built right in.
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8. Camping Virtual Classroom Theme
Virtual classrooms are such a fun way to make distance learning more engaging. This free camping theme has multiple slides to customize.
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9. Farm Animals
Use these farm animal Google Slides templates to create interactive math or spelling activities for young learners.
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10. Vocabulary Four Square
Customize these simple interactive templates with the vocabulary words your students are studying. Then use it for group work or a homework assignment.
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11. Investigation Game
Transform an ordinary lesson into an investigation! This would be a cool way to teach kids about primary sources.
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12. Digital Notebook
These slides are fun interactive way for kids to keep track of notes, research, and more.
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13. Classroom Assignment Slides
This planner makes a teacher’s life easier, whether they’re working in person, online, or in a blended environment. These slides give students one place to access all their assignments, group or individual.
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14. Studying Organizer
Give your students a leg-up on their classwork with this free Google Slides template study organizer.
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15. Dinosaurs Theme
Introducing little ones to prehistoric times? Try these free Google Slides templates!
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16. Digital Board Game
Customize this board game template to use for a fun review activity in pretty much any subject.
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17. Vintage Geography Theme
Calling all geography teachers! These slides are just for you.
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18. Elementary School Weekly Planner
Help students develop good study habits and learn to organize their time with these cheery slide templates.
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19. Virtual Job Fair
Need a fun way to hold virtual career day? Set up these slides with photos, videos, and info about a variety of jobs for kids to explore.
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20. Letter Writing Slides
Teaching a unit on letter writing? These slides are the perfect theme.
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21. Spelling Choice Boards
This template is ready to use, with its missing letter games and other spelling activities. You can also customize it to fit your needs.
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22. Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
Customize these slides for an engaging and enjoyable way to review any subject.
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23. Interactive File Cabinets
This is a smart way to organize digital documents and materials for your classroom. Assign each class or subject a drawer, then use the tabs to link to documents and other files.
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24. Harry Potter Theme
It’s not magic, though it might seem like it to muggles! These Google Slides templates are sure to enchant your students.
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25. Google Search Theme
Design a presentation inspired by a Google search with these clever templates!
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