Yes, we like our visual aids to be beautiful, but no, we don't have so much time to put into the design… When a person does it for fun and shares their models on top of that, it's great!
The right colors and the right graphics can make all the difference in an engaging Google Slides or PowerPoint presentation. However, creating the right theme takes a lot of time and creative energy that we don't always have!
I found on the site DitchThatTextbook (a site I really like, created by the American teacher Matt Miller - and no, we are not parents!) An article written by the founder of SlidesMania, Paola Martinez, who loves to create models for fun and who shares them. Maybe some of you knew him, but it's a discovery for me!
Therefore, in the article she publishes sure DitchThatTextbook, she has selected 20 of her models which may be particularly useful in a classroom. For example: a time and task organizer, a brainstorming board, notepad style templates, a template for "Let me know" activities, another very colorful one with a farm scene and animals to move around to create stories, one to support the scripting of a video, yet another to highlight the students' ideas on a theme… And many others that I invite you to discover if you want to color your documents!