Free Lenten PowerPoint!

January 29, 2014

Helpful Resources, Lent

Continuing my monthly giveaway of free PowerPoint presentations, I am happy to offer you a presentation for Lent!

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As with the previous PowerPoints, this presentation includes a script (in Note Pages view) to assist you in effectively leading your students to a deeper understanding of this season. To download the Lent PowerPoint from authorSTREAM, click on the link above or the image to the left. I look forward to your feedback!

When you download it from authorSTREAM, you can sign in with your Facebook account or, if you don’t have a FB account, you can sign up for authorSTREAM (which would be a good idea since I’ll be sending you more free PPTs as the year progresses!).

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12 Responses to “Free Lenten PowerPoint!”

  1. Michele Hahn Says:

    I cannot locate the Note Pages view to download the script for the power point Lenten presentation. Please help! Thank you.

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    • Joe Says:

      Michele, first you need to download the PPT from authorSTREAM to your computer. Then, when you open the PPT, go the the VIEW tab and click on Notes Page. If you’re still having trouble let me know.

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  2. Belinda B. Says:

    Thanks for the PPT. But how do I access the Note Pages View to see the script??

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    • Joe Says:

      Belinda, first you need to download the PPT from authorSTREAM to your computer. Then, when you open the PPT, go the the VIEW tab and click on Notes Page. If you’re still having trouble let me know.

      Reply

  3. Brenda L Says:

    Could you please provide these presentations in pdf, so I can save in my iBooks ?

    Thank you, Brenda

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  4. Mary Green Says:

    Thank you for sharing this great presentation on Lent! I can’t wait to use it at my parish.

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  5. Roberta Says:

    How about a power point on how to become a saint….would be timely for up-coming canonizations….family friendly??

    Thanks for all you do!!

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