Many teachers have asked how I create my images, resources, and printables, so I’m about to share the secret sauce right here with you: CANVA. Y’all, Canva is the bomb dot com. I only discovered it this year, and I am officially addicted.
I could really use some graphic organizers for this writing lesson… You get the point.
The list could go on and on, but here’s the point – if you are a teacher and have not yet started using Canva for your images, newsletters, presentations, worksheets/printables, or all the other things that teachers make, IT IS TIME.
There is a free version for all, a special version for educators, and a Pro version for those of us who just can’t get enough and use it every single day. I’ve even made a few helpful videos so you can watch the magic happen and decide if it’s a good fit for you. (Spoiler alert: It is.)
In this video, I give you a quick tutorial in Canva. This is not an all-encompassing tutorial, but it will give you a better idea of how to get started and create your own worksheets and printables for classes.
In this video, I jump into the Loom app to give you a quick tutorial in Canva. It will give you a better idea of how to get started and create your own presentations for classes.