This template uses realistic graphics of a desk with stationery items seen from above. It’s a great template to use for educational presentations, but also if you aim to give an informal feel to your speech and try to reach out to your audience on a personal level.
Create an astounding presentation with this free theme. It uses a textured paper background, with constructions and architecture illustrations, ancient to modern, to convey a historical feeling. Make your audience dive in history and get them “in the mood” with this gorgeous design.
This template mimics a composition notebook, and your presentation content can be placed on the ruled pages. Use this theme to talk about education, writing or to present the exercises to your students in an original and funny way.
Quintus design mimics an open book, and your presentation content is placed on the book’s pages. Place photos/illustrations and big text in every slide and use it to tell your own tales to your children. It’s also a great theme if you want to talk about education, writing, storytelling or the editorial sector.
With a textured paper background, Leonardo Da Vinci’s drawings and classic typography this template conveys a historical feeling. Use it in your classroom or conference to talk about history, art or even classic literature.
This free presentation template has a simple style suitable for any theme and content. You can easily adapt it to your brand or personal tastes just by changing the background color.
Are you going to give a presentation about building things, engineering or programming? This template uses a blueprint style and a monospaced font to emulate the technical drawings used in construction and industry.
This artsy template uses watercolor textures to create bold and vivid slides. This design with very bright colors will engage the audience no matter their age, you can use it to present creative or diy projects.
This playful and colorful template mimics a sheet of paper. You can use it in education, to present lessons or a creative project in your class, although it’s also suitable for conferences.