Adobe Spark

 Adobe Spark   

There are 3 tools included with Adobe Spark:  Spark Post, Spark Video and Spark Page.  Adobe Spark provides one stop shopping for tools to create videos, posters, infographics, cover pages and webpages.

Spark Post

A Spark Post is an image created for a presentation, ad, or social media .  Getting started with Spark Post is quick and easy.  Users choose a background image, change the size of the design, add text and then export their creation.   

Spark Video

Videos created with Adobe Spark can contain photos, icons, text, video, background music and narration for telling a story in movie form.  

Spark Page

Spark Pages are websites that lets student add different media forms to tell a story and share.  


The Adobe Spark tools may be used together.  Create a Spark Post and use the image in a video or on a Spark Page.  Create a Spark Video and embed it in a Spark Page.  

Ways to use Adobe Spark in the classroom:

  • Quickly Annotate Photos - Add text to photos and then save to include in a presentation, advertisement or social media.

  • Video Journal - Collect images from a field trip or class event.  Add text, sound and narration and share.

  • Video Message - Start with a photo. Add your narration, a soundtrack and create an inspiring video.

  • Book Report - Mix visual pieces with narrative, images, icons and other multimedia to communicate knowledge and understanding. 

  • Newsletter - Create a Spark Page.  Add a cover, add as many pages as you need incluing multimedia and apply a theme that best stuis your topic.  This can be shared out as a link or with a QR code.

  • Event flier - Create a Spark Post that looks professional and can be printed or distributed electronically

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