Google Slide Scavenger Hunt

After posting my Google Doc Scavenger Hunt activity, I had several teachers ask if I had created scavenger hunts for any of the other Google tools. Below is the scavenger hunt I designed for Google Slides.

Teachers are welcome to access and use this Google Slide Scavenger Hunt. Just click “File” on the presentation and “Make a copy.” It will automatically save to your Google Drive, then you can edit your version so it works for your students

Hopefully, this serves as a fun introduction to Google Slides for students and provides you with a little insight into your new students!

I invite any teachers who create a modified version for students at different levels to share links to their scavenger hunts in a comment!

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29 Responses to Google Slide Scavenger Hunt

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  2. Becca says:

    Thank you for these! Both of these are the perfect tools for those of my students who are new to Google suite as well as a refresher for those that are familiar with the tools!

  3. Jamie says:

    Thank you for a fun and useful resource! I am going to modify it for Michigan. THANKS!

  4. Tina says:

    Awesome! Thank you! Modifying in Oklahoma!

  5. Lisa says:

    These are such fun activities! Thank you so much for sharing!

  6. Gina says:

    I am so grateful for these tools – Thank you for your generosity. I changed “California” related questions to “Rochester, NY” questions – I was surprised as to how few students knew the state bird!

  7. Gina says:

    I am so grateful for these tools – Thank you for your generosity. I changed “California” related questions to “Rochester, NY” questions – I was surprised as to how few students knew the state bird!

  8. Deana Harris says:

    Thank you. I will be using this in Texas

  9. Darlene says:

    I love your Scavenger Hunts!! I am teaching a “Google Unit” including the many apps that Google has to offer. I wish there was a scavenger hunt for each one! I love your website too.

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  11. Kristine Morgan says:

    Thank you for this! I used it for students to learn more about the Byzantines for 7th graders in California.

  12. Christina T says:

    Do you have one for google sheets?

  13. Beth Evans says:

    Caitlin, I can’t seem to get the slides document to make a copy. Can you help?

  14. Laurel says:

    Great idea – what a fun way to learn to use these tools. I even learned a couple things myself! Thanks for sharing!

  15. Cathy McGeowan says:

    I teach educators and your scavenger hunts are perfect for adult learners as well as students. Thanks for always being so willing to share!

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  17. Rob Liebman says:

    I really appreciate the effort, my 4th quarter is about to start with a bunch of newbies and this is perfect for them.

    Thank you!

  18. Ang says:

    Is the link working properly? I wasn’t able to to make a copy once I opened the link.

  19. Kia Jones says:

    Thank you!! A great resource!

  20. Tyler Parker says:

    Where is the answer sheet?

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