This is a great follow-up to lessons on MLA citations. The worksheet has students creating MLA bibilographical and in-text citations for a series of random facts from the internet.
This worksheet gives students a random fact (about Dr. Seuss, elephants, Al Capone, etc) in a sentence or two. For each fact there is the (live) web link to the source of the information. Students must create a works cited/bibliographic citation and then use that to add an in-text citation to the random fact itself.
The worksheet is a PDF with live links, but I have also included a link to a 'view only' Google Doc that you can make a copy of it to keep in your own Google Drive so you can edit and use it however you wish.
My board uses Google Classroom so I generally assign this as a Google Doc so that students can easily access the links and type their answers right on the Doc. It could also be linked to your website or emailed out to students individually.
If you and/or your students do not use Google Docs, the PDF has live links and students can still add text to the PDF itself using basic (free) Adobe Reader.
NOTE: This is not particularly effective as a printout as students need to access the websites linked in the document.