Graphics | Print materials, posters, presentations, infographics, and more

  • Graphics Everyone can create exceptional designs with the tools, templates, and resources we've gathered here for you.



    We have designed a number of templates for you to choose from. The best part: you don't need any fancy software to use them. These are available in Word or PowerPoint. Looking for more? Have you checked out Canva?


    This Design 101 Guide is a must-read if you are using a template from our toolkit. You'll learn about fonts, using the best images, clipart do's and dont's, where to find royalty-free stock photos (not all photos are labeled for reuse and you could get in trouble if you use the wrong ones), and why white space is your BFF! 


    Canva | Our number one, all-time-favorite design tool is It’s a drag-and-drop version of photoshop and is so easy your students could probably use it better than you! You can use Canva to create absolutely anything for print or digital use. Canva is a free tool, but does have upgrades available (which aren’t even necessary), or one-off pieces such as icons that can be purchased for as little as $1 if you find something that isn’t free that you just absolutely need.