12 PowerPoint Design Tips for Kids




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Video duration: 9:30
Tim Bedley gives his tips for how to make a more professional looking PowerPoint presentation. This video is intended for kids, not professionals. For more tutorials for kids, please visit my channel and/or my website. PDF of the tips here…

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6 thoughts on “12 PowerPoint Design Tips for Kids

    Sol Padial

    (March 13, 2018 - 3:04 am)

    Excellent the explaination. I will share it with my students.

    Johnny Hibner

    (March 13, 2018 - 3:04 am)

    Haha this is why I make my own themes.

    Abigail Miranda

    (March 13, 2018 - 3:04 am)

    Great points! I will be sharing some of these with our fourth graders! I wondered how you are recording your presentation and using the writing pen, etc.? I really like to try something like that in the library.

    Elena Kewke

    (March 13, 2018 - 3:04 am)

    Thanks for the good advice. I also used tips from this video: https://coursmos.com/course/successful-presentation-t.. It helped me to make the best presentation!

    TeRaNa Newpena

    (March 13, 2018 - 3:04 am)

    no one likes a boring slide but with all the crap stuff that pop up makes a power point boring

    Tim Bedley

    (March 13, 2018 - 3:04 am)

    I understand your point. That's not the purpose here. To many kids (and adults as well) making very ugly slides seems "fun" to them, but it's not fun to the audience. Before one can learn to be creative and "fun," one needs to learn to be professional and clean. Once that is accomplished, then branch off and make it more your own style. It's like learning to play an instrument. First learn your scales and some classics, then get your own style and get creative. I hope that helps.

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