12 projects with monthly themed topics for students to practice creating presentations in either Google Slides or PowerPoint. There are 2 levels included for differentiation. The facts are the same, but the requirements for the presentation change between the levels.
THESE PROJECTS WORK ON SO MANY SKILLS!
1. Navigating to a blank presentation
2. Adding specific slide types
3. Duplicating slides
4. Choosing a theme
6. Adding Pictures (optional)
7. Adding transitions
8. Adding animations
9. Adding narration (optional)
This is NOT Research Projects
All of the facts are provided for students so they can focus on making a great presentation. Students will have to type the facts into their presentation, which makes this a great typing reinforcement activity.
What is included in the download
12 level 1 pages
12 level 2 pages
Each month’s topic has 4 facts to turn into a presentation.
kknipe (verified owner) –
Great for presentation skill focus and not research. My grade 4’s have enjoyed using.
Jennifer M. (verified owner) –
My students love doing these different projects and showing what they have learned! I love it because I can see what skills my students know well and what ones we may need to review, but the whole time the students are engaged!
Andrea L. (verified owner) –
This resource is a great step in helping show how to create slides and has differentiated activities for students at different skill levels.
Kathleen H. (verified owner) –
My students found this challenging and fun at the same time. The fact they didn’t have to research and just use the info provided made it easy to use in a class period.
Alison V. (verified owner) –
Just what I was looking for to finish out the school year in an exciting way. The students enjoyed the ice cream project and I look forward to using more of them in the future.
Dave M. (verified owner) –
This is a FANTASTIC way to set up easy presentations! Wish I would have used these at the beginning of the year so my students would have been more advanced in creating presentations to prepare them for middle school.