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.
Use this original template and inspire your audience to be creative with your presentation. It shows a framed brush stroke that adapts to any color! Use it to talk about creative thinking, art, innovation or even personality, psychology, emotional intelligence…
The formal design of this template gives credibility to your message and will get the trust of your audience. The scale icon makes it suitable for law firms, lawyers, legal advisers… However, you can enter the master slides and change the icon to convey another topic: a book for literature, a hourglass for history or a world globe for geography. There are endless options!
Choose this template that uses vintage maps as backgrounds and your presentation will stand out from the crowd. The old maps and classic typography convey a historical feeling. Use it to talk about geography, history, politics or travel.
Rushing to get a presentation done? Get one out in minutes with this creative presentation from Canva. List down all the important details of what you’ll be talking about and easily plot them on the 25 beautifully formatted pages of the presentation.
This free design mimics a paper sheet with polaroid photos and post-its. It’s a theme really fun to use in educational presentations, to explain your lessons or a creative project in your class, although it’s also suitable for conferences.
Get creative with your presentation using this artsy template. It uses watercolor textures to create bold and vivid slides, while the text content keeps a minimal and clean style. Talk about creativity, art, DIY or craft projects…
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.
Recall the days of the old school with this blackboard-styled free presentation template. Fonts and icons have a fresh hand-drawn look, and white color makes the content pop against the dark textured background. A great template for talking about education.