Learn to Make Task Cards with Adobe Illustrator
Learn how to increase your workflow and create task cards quickly with Adobe Illustrator.
Learn to design task cards that you can use for Math or ELA practice.
The process of designing this set of task cards will show you the workflow you can use to create any variation of task cards and teacher resources you want.
The lesson will cover the layout and arranging of elements on task cards. How to create layers that increase your production time.
You will learn how to quickly make uniform pages so you can add content to task cards that have repeating elements while still keeping the layout and format consistent.
If you would like to preview this center you can view it here: Double Digit Addition without Regrouping
Creating a strong workflow makes it easier for you to design great products and get them listed quicker.
This course teaches you how to create a product quickly and efficiently using tips and trick in Adobe Illustrator. Having a regular workflow will help you get that product listed and start hearing "cha-chings" sooner!
Whether you have been designing products for awhile using PowerPoint or you are just learning, this course will teach you something new.
Once you learn to design your products with Illustrator, you will see how much time you can save and how that will make more time to create more great teacher materials!
This course includes a "basics of Illustrator". Even if you have never opened up Adobe Illustrator before, you will be able to create great products, covers, and thumbnails for your products.
It also includes a template for the task card that I design during the course (without the clipart...you will have to design it using your own separately purchased clipart).
If you are selling products and need a planner to keep track of products, your design schedule, and your social media posts, check out the TPT Seller's Planner.
I’m a teacher who also creates educational resources and graphics. My time is usually spent finding ways to share the information that I have learned with others who would like to learn about technology, creating lessons to sell online, and promoting your side hustle on Pinterest (hint: great graphics!!).
My site offers courses on how to design and sell lessons so you can put a little (or a lot) of cha-ching in your pocket. You have all the ideas in your filing cabinet, my courses will help you share them with your tribe and the rest of the educational community!
PreviewLearning to Design Task Cards with Illustrator
StartTask Cards Video 1 (Setting Up Your Resource) (25:32)
StartTask Cards Video 2 (Creating the Questions) (7:35)
StartTask Cards Video 3 (Adding Clipart) (14:29)
StartTask Cards Video 4 (Final Touches on Your Design) (26:13)
StartBonus Video: Creating Images for Interactive Slides (4:53)