Canva 101

While Canva may not seem basic for you, it is seriously a HUGE staple of mine! With school starting this time of year it can really be a game changer!

I’ve posted about Canva before (probably too many times) but here is my first ever video tour of Canva and its basic functions that I use the most. Enjoy and get creative!

Worth noting: Canva has a great iPhone app (and iPad app) that makes it super easy to make designs on the go.

Another bonus of reading this post: use your new Canva IQ to make graphics for your procedures video! Don’t know how to make a procedures video? Check out this post! A procedures video is a beautiful way to start off the year with your students! 

Happy Canva-ing!

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