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Hello there and welcome back to my channel you should be excited because today's video has been highly requested I am gonna walk you through how I create Google slides that I use for teaching every day from start to finish these are slides that I create to help me flow through my lessons because chances are if I don't have slides I leave out things or the lesson just does not flow as well so these slides are really meant for me to keep me on track but it also works really well for my students who are visual learners I am going to be showing you this tutorial through Google slides I was a loyal PowerPoint user for years and I loved PowerPoint but I will say I have converted to Google slides I really like the fact that it's stored online but I can also save it in offline mode and I can easily access it on my computer at school and my computer at home so if you have not already created a Google account I highly recommend you do that it is free I will link it down in the description box and I'm gonna jump right into it I always have Google Drive open on my computer pretty much 24/7 so the first step is to open up a new Google slides document from Google Drive I'm gonna go to new and then I'm gonna select Google slides it is gonna open up a new slideshow and you will notice that it puts a theme tab on the side I usually just exit out cuz I don't really need that the first thing I love to do is go through and delete the text boxes currently on the slide so that I have a blank canvas so I'm just gonna click and drag to select them and I'm gonna click delete the next step is to name my slideshow now I typically put all of the slides for a unit together for example I would put all of my math unit one slides together and all of my math unit two slides together that way it's really easy for me to find what I need so I'm gonna name this for example math unit 6 slides the next thing I always do is resize the slides now this is not a necessary step the slideshow will automatically be in a widescreen format and that's great for slideshow patience but I personally like to resize my slides to be the size of a piece of paper that way if I need to print out slides for any reason whether I'm leaving them for a substitute or maybe I print out slides for a student who has trouble seeing the board I know that it's going to fit on a piece of paper so this is an extra step that I do you don't have to necessarily do it it's totally your choice.