"We want to make sure the thing you're looking for is on Google 100 percent of the time.
Eric Schmidt
CEO Google



1. Take a guess at what each of the following searches will yield. Then, enter them into the Google Search Bar and see if you were correct.

 weather Aurora Colorado
 time in Edinburgh
 movies 80015
 dollars to pounds
 pizza 80015
 define couthy
 Denver Nuggets

2. When might you use the Wonder Wheel or Timeline with students?

3. Search for a book that you recently read. Write a review of the book or try to locate a book that is on your "to read" list at a local library.

4. Sometimes you may want students to only search specific sites. Try creating a custom search engine on a topic you teach.

5. Check out the resources on the left. Explore a topic of interest. Then, share with a partner.


To Print (Crib Sheets)
Web Search
Specialized Search
 News Search   
 Multimedia Search                                                                                               
 Mobile Search                                                                                                
 Search Lessons for Teachers                                                                            

Search lesson plans created by Google Certified Teachers that can be used as short modules in any curriculum. Lessons include plans and presentation.

Check out this search presentation for Librarians.

 Search Videos