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Polly Conway, Common Sense Media
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Creation tool lets teens make slick, modern infographics.

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Educational Value

Kids can learn concepts of grouping, graphing, and visually representing pieces of information here. While putting together an infographic, kids will interpret info, then create a combination of text, images, and charts or graphs to share with others. Kids can easily integrate them into in-class reports or projects. Discovering what's visually appealing to their audience will improve kids' awareness of how other people learn and will help them with future presentation endeavors. Piktochart is a well-designed, reasonably easy-to-use tool that tech-savvy kids will take to immediately.

Positive Messages

Gives kids the freedom to share information in a bunch of different ways; various types of learners should find success here.


Of course, Piktochart recommends that users upgrade to their Pro package, which allows access to many more chart styles.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Piktochart is a tool older kids can use to create infographics for any kind of school or personal project. It's all about giving potentially boring or dry info a bit of pizzazz. Filling in chosen templates, kids have freedom to present their info however they like, which requires some serious thought and could be a bit daunting for younger users. It's generally geared toward adults in the workplace creating business presentations, but clearly lends itself to kid use for classroom projects and assignments.

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Teen, 14 years old Written byyourmomisugly December 15, 2017
Kid, 2 years old January 10, 2017


Piktochart? Na fam. we making some lit similies and the it died. I went to me ipad and it all lookin na good bro. I went back, and these themes all messed up an... Continue reading

What's it about?

Teens first choose from available templates -- eight are available with a free account. Combining charts, graphs, text, and graphics, teens can easily assemble and present info using the drag-and-drop interface. Users can export infographics as image files or share their creations via URL, email, and social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.

Is it any good?

The design is fantastic, with modern, charming icons and fonts, and it's possible to make seriously high-quality infographics with Piktochart. That said, it's not totally intuitive and the guidance offered can be confusing. But if they poke around enough, teens can figure out how to use Piktochart for school projects, class presentations, and maybe even just for fun.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about what kinds of info might be best represented by a chart. Where do you see charts and graphs in everyday life?

  • Has the way we absorb information changed over time? Why is it easier to understand a chart than a bunch of text?

Website details

  • Subjects: Language & Reading: presenting to others, using supporting evidence
    Math: graphing, ratio, statistics
  • Skills: Thinking & Reasoning: analyzing evidence, collecting data, thinking critically
    Tech Skills: digital creation, using and applying technology
    Communication: conveying messages effectively, multiple forms of expression, presenting
    Creativity: innovation, producing new content
  • Genre: Creating
  • Pricing structure: Free to try, Paid, Free
  • Last updated: November 11, 2020

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