Paper Powerpoint Templates and Google Slides Themes

Students, artists, graphic designers, photographers, course creators, teachers, and other professionals can add a unique twist to their project with a free paper template from our diverse slideshow library.

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Get Creative With a Free Paper Slide Template

Stick to the well-trodden path or let your freak flag fly with a unique paper PowerPoint template from this impressive collection. Discover themes for pretty aesthetic notes for school, storybooks and albums, notebooks and journals, workshops and clubs, pen style scrapbook journals, team building exercises, middle school lesson plans, course offerings, book clubs, resumes and portfolios, teacher handbooks, animated vintage yearbooks, retro magazines, and more. Students, artists, researchers, book sellers, club organizers, retreat facilitators, course creators, personal coaches, teachers, and other professionals will love the variety here. Once you’ve landed on a theme, download it in Google Slides, PowerPoint, or Canva. In any format, lean on Canva’s intuitive editor for creative support.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you make a paper presentation?

To make a paper presentation, first consider what impact you want to have on your audience. This requires planning out your objective, including what you want your audience to do, and choosing the right template to showcase all your ideas. Finally, prepare for your presentation by practicing your talking points.

What to include in a paper presentation?

Depending on your topic and presentation needs, your paper presentation template may include the following slides:

  • Title or intro slide: who are you?
  • Overview slide: what’s your product or project?
  • Research: what were your methods?
  • Results: what did you find?
  • Conclusion: takehome messae

How to make a good paper presentation?

To make a good paper presentation, remember to:

  • tell a story
  • keep it interactive
  • share your process
  • add infographics or charts
  • use visual aids to clarify your points
  • summarize your data and results
  • end with a strong conclusion
  • invite questions from your audience