Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Amazed

This holiday season I have locked myself to the computer. I have organized files, deleted unnecessary files, and went shopping for wedding stuff. The one thing I have accomplished is updating old files. 

When I began my TpT journey I did not realize how hard it was to format centers. I had always made really simple centers and did not use clipart often. I found myself frustrated and annoyed. I felt this way because I was constantly comparing what I did to everyone else. It wasn't until 4 months ago that I discovered PowerPoint to make centers instead of using Word. 

If you are new to making items for your classroom, whether it is worksheets, centers, or classroom management tools PowerPoint is the way to go.  I know there is a ton of other formatting programs out there. This is one many of us have on our computers. I have used an older version and a newer version and I am so happy I read someone's blog about this. 

Tonight instead of getting ready to ring in the New Year, I have been updating a few of my centers. ( My fiancĂ© is a fireman saving the world so I didn't want to go out and have to drive in the dark). My fluency in working on activities is always improving. I am in no way a professional nor do I have any affeliaction to Microsoft, but if you ever have any questions in how to troubleshoot basic tasks please feel free to contact me at missstetsonclassroom@gmail.com. 

This is a link to my updated center. Please feel free to download for free and leave feedback. I would appreciate your feedback so I know how to improve my product. 



Thanks for your support as always, 
Miss Stetson

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