Do-Now, Bell-ringer, Starter...etc. Whatever you call it, this Google a Day activity is a new and improved daily activity beyond the bland DOL revisions or grammar exercises we're used to. This bell-ringer is ever changing, adaptive, and gives your students daily exposure to a 21st century set of online research skills.
“A Google a Day” (http://www.agoogleaday.com/) is a an online game created by Google which students are given puzzling questions and they have to search the answers. The questions are complicated and require students to utilize advanced searching skills. The puzzle game is Google's, the worksheet gives you a way to record your student's answers and reflect.
The PDF contains:
-Two full-color pages
-Two black & white pages (depending on your copying needs)
-A link to a fully editable Google Slide presentation to perfectly tailor your Google a Day activity to your students.
Just as any skill, students get better through repetition, and this worksheet can help "gamify" your opening activities with a fun and engaging puzzle game on a daily basis to aid them in becoming internet search masters. Don't forget about those research standards!