A couple weeks ago I shared Part 1 of this four part series. That is all about how to use Canva in meaningful ways. Today I am excited to share Part 2! In this post, you will find five ways to use Canva in your library and classroom instruction.
Buckle up and get ready to be inspired to use Canva in your library and classroom!
A super easy and fun way to get students engaged is to make blank bookmark templates in Canva for students to design. Simply print off the templates and leave them out with some markers or crayons. Students will love letting their creativity go to work!
You can find bookmark templates in Canva here.
Design Thinking empowers students to develop new, innovative solutions to the problem at hand. This is a great way to give traditional projects a creative edge. Let students experience with innovated ideas to try and solve problems.
You can find infographic templates in Canva here.
This one is perfect to implement in the new school year! Students could use Canva to design and create learning portfolios. This would allow students to take charge of their learning goals and record their learning over the school year. Student learning portfolios are also a great way for you to see what students are wanting to learn over the school year.
You can find presentation templates in Canva here.
You can find photo collage templates in Canva here.
Want to spice up your learning activities? Canva offers so many existing templates from you to choose from and you can create your own. Make learning activities fit your course objectives in a fun and creative way. You can even create multiplication tables, word problems, science puzzles, and so much more!
Find learning activity templates in Canva here.
There you have it! 5 awesome ways to use Canva in your library & classroom instruction.
How do you use or plan to use Canva in your instruction? Share with me on social media. I would love to hear from you.
Part 3 Coming Soon!
All my best,