Sanity Saver: Using PP to make Station Cards

Hey guys!  I'm here today with another Power Point tip.  I've put together a little video tutorial to link up with Blog Hoppin for Teacher Week 2015!  Today we are talking all about Sanity Savers... and knowing how to make things quickly on PP definitely saves my sanity and my time!  Today's tutorial is all about making station cards.  
I hope you find this little tip useful!  You can find all of my PP video tutorials HERE!  I'm going to go ahead and apologize if you hear Christmas music in the background... it's Joelle's music of choice these days!  Also, I made a couple of mistakes but I think I corrected them as the video goes on!  This Back To School business is kickin' my rear!

Make sure you see what other sanity savers are floating around out there!


11 comments:

littlefolkgal said...

What a timesaver this was. Simply awesome. I learn new things from this every time. Thank you so much!

a day in the life said...

I love these tutorials! Thank you.

Danielle Beneville said...

Your tutorials are so to the point and helpful. Thanks for sharing!

Danielle
The Crescent City Classroom

Katy Keprta said...

Thank you so much for sharing! I am wanting to start making more things for my class and possibly TPT, but I am not sure exactly how to go about terms of use and what to cite and what to not cite. I would love to hear your thoughts on that topic!

Thanks,
Katy

Elizabeth Hall said...

You always have the best tutorials <3

Sue said...

Great Tutorial. I have never tried to use Power Point to create cards. I will have to give it a try.

Sue
The Very Busy Kindergarten

Mrs. Frost said...

Your tutorials are SO AWESOME!!! I look forward to them whenever they pop up in my e-mail. I was hoping you might be able to help me out with an issue that I have with Powerpoint. Is there a way to change the orientation of slides within, so for instance if I start out on a horizontal and then I want to flip to make station cards, can I have vertical slides as well and how do I do that. I can't wait to see your next video, you are making my work so much simpler!!!

Rachel Vincent said...

I always love your little tutorials! I always learn something new and you are always saving me time! LOL!! Thanks Amy!!

Rachel
A Tall Drink of Water

Debbie Krueger said...

Thanks for another super tutorial. I just got Power Point and can hardly wait to try this out!
Always Primary

~Christina said...

I love your videos!! I learn something new from you each time I watch. Thanks so much :) Christina

littlefolkgal said...

I am so thankful for your videos.They are so helpful. There is so much I don't know about powerpoint yet. Is there a place,besides your emails , where I can learn more about the features of power point and what you can do with it such as those station task cards you showed how to do? You mentioned learning something from Periscope in your last video on printing tips . Thanks again for sharing.