Canva, a relatively new tool, has quickly taken over the world of digital design in the last few years with its powerful functionality and easy to use interface. It is an ideal way for students to make their personal or school design projects. This class will teach students the core functionalities of Canva. Your child will learn about how to choose a design’s layout, upload or search pictures and elements in Canva, and explore a wide range of fonts, sizes, and effects, before learning how to drag and drop design elements and animate them. We will also discuss what makes a great story by showcasing various types of graphic design and videos. Your child will use the intuitive design features in Canva to create their own flyers, cards, posters, and videos of the topics they are passionate about. By the end of the class, your child will have their own design portfolio in Canva that can be easily uploaded to social media or shared with friends!
● Grades 3 – 7
● Program Length: 4 sessions (60 min per session)
● Need Computer – Windows, MAC, or Chromebook
● #coding #design #art #canva
About the Instructor
This course is offered in partnership with Create & Learn. Founded by tech experts, Create & Learn is an award-winning STEM program with the mission of providing top quality Computer Science education to students in K-12. All of our classes are held live online and are taught by experienced teachers. With more than 35 courses, our curriculum covers a rich set of topics such as coding, AI, Robotics, Digital Design, and Cloud Computing.
● We are the only 5 stars rated kids computer science program at scale and have served 10s of thousands of students worldwide in the last several years.
● Won the Facebook (Meta) Engineer for the Week Impact award twice in a row
● Featured by Minecraft Education and Roblox Education
● Voted by ActivityHero (2021, 2022) and Hulafrog (2021, 2022) as Parents’ Favorites.
● Our curriculum was designed by tech experts from Google and other top tech companies, Code.org curriculum lead, and many experienced Computer Science teachers.