Gone are the days of dull reports, ho-hum assignments, and sleep-inducing presentations. Whether you’re collaborating on a big group project or simply need to create a school poster, Spark injects creativity into every assignment and makes homework feel a little more like play. Plus we’re hooking you up with built-in templates and starting points that teachers and students can use from homecoming to graduation! Consider this your cheat sheet for rockin’ the school year.
Starting Points for A+ Projects
For photo-rich essays, presentations, newsletters, recaps, or visual reports, Spark Page gives you all the polish of a professionally designed web page, with just a few easy uploads on your part. (Check out this quick tutorial!) For easy video projects, add photos, video clips, text, and icons to Spark Video and rejoice in smooth transitions, free soundtrack options, easy editing, and customizable fonts and colors. Want to go the extra mile? Create eye-catching infographics with Spark Post and then use those graphics in a Page or Video for a multimedia story that only looks like it took you forever. By building reports in Spark Page, creating graphics in Spark Post, and telling your story with Spark Video you’ll bring your hard work to life and stand out from the crowd. To get started in seconds, dive into this collection of templates and The Noun Project icons for every subject that you can add to any project format.
DIY Flashcards & Other Study Buddies
A finished assignment is just one piece of the puzzle when it comes to learning. You might also need day planners to help you prioritize, worksheets to stay on track, and customizable flashcards to help you study for a test. Best of all, customizing our templates with your specifics can help you learn and retain information. Win-win!
Lesson plans, worksheets, classroom posters, report cards–a teacher’s work is never done. But we’re here to help with fully customizable templates for anything an educator may need to create. And the best part? It’s free!
Spark 101: Tips & Tricks
- Students and teachers get Spark (including its premium features) for free when your school district signs up. Learn how to get enrolled.
- Group projects just got easier! Now you can invite collaborators to edit your Spark projects.
- In Spark Page, enter present-mode (it’s the button at the top of the page) to instantly have a live presentation you can speak over, share a digital version of your report with a live link, or even print in PDF for gorgeous hand-in assignments.
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