Looking for fun ways to keep your kids learning at home? Try these engaging digital skills lessons to set them up for success in remote learning and beyond.
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Organize and track your goals, and improve your study skills using a spreadsheet.
Keep track of important dates and tasks using your Gmail side panel.
Analyze your day and use what you learn to make decisions about how you spend your time.
Take notes for class by creating a table in Google Docs.
Study vocabulary words for a book you are reading by creating flash cards in Google Slides.
Create a digital agenda by adding events, tasks, and reminders in Google Calendar.
Create pixel art in Google Sheets after getting inspired by Mexican painter Frida Kahlo in the Faces of Frida exhibit on Google Arts & Culture.
Complete a scavenger hunt in Google Slides after taking The Grand Tour of Italy on Google Arts & Culture.
Make a crossword puzzle in Google Sheets after discovering How Kenya Became the Cradle of Humankind on Google Arts & Culture.
Collaborate with peers to create a presentation in Google Slides after learning about Space Shuttle Discovery on Google Arts & Culture.
Create and share a quiz in Google Forms after visiting the Palace of Versailles on Google Arts & Culture.
Learn how to plan for and create a comic strip about a story or series of events.
Create a crossword puzzle by adding words and clues and formatting a spreadsheet in Google Sheets.
Create a meme to illustrate a concept you have learned.
Create a navy-themed guessing game in Google Sheets.
Collaborate with classmates to create an interactive story using Google Slides.
Create a pixel art project using conditional formatting in a spreadsheet.
Use images, text, and video to compile a digital scrapbook to share with your friends and family.
Practice creating a strong password and keeping it safe using a spreadsheet.
Determine if a source is credible using a table of key questions in a document.
Think about the actions you take online and then create a visual picture of your digital footprint in Google Sheets.
Collaborate with classmates to create a plan to recognize and stop cyberbullying.
Share your story for a chance to be featured.