What are Google Easter Eggs?
Google Easter Eggs are hidden little games inside of Google. The Google Easter egg games are fun for students and you can even delight your tech students by showing them during speech therapy sessions.
This week’s video goes over: 5 Google Easter Eggs to Use in Speech Therapy. Google Easter eggs are hidden tools inside Google. You don’t even have to leave Google to use these tools. 🤓 You can use these tools both in teletherapy and in-person therapy!
Why use Google Easter Egg Games in Speech Therapy?
They are fun and free to use. Kids like little secrets that they can share with their friends. Google Easter Eggs are fun, interactive activities for kids (and tech nerds too!). Kids can create art in Google Drawings, play games like Snake or Pac-Man by searching certain keywords, or explore the underwater world of Google Maps. Additionally, they can search for virtual animals like tigers or penguins and discover interesting facts about them. By taking advantage of these hidden features, parents and teachers can introduce kids to the amazing world of technology in a fun and engaging way. It’s another tool to have to increase student engagement!
Google Easter Egg List
Google Easter eggs are digital surprises within Google products. Trigger them by typing certain commands or phrases. For example, typing “Google Gravity” into the search bar will cause the page to become distorted, while typing “Roll a die” will result in an interactive die being thrown on the screen. Other Easter eggs involve popular characters such as Pokemon or quotes from legendary comedians. Google Easter eggs are fun and creative ways to explore the behind-the-scenes of Google’s products. Here are two blog posts about Google Easter Eggs that I wrote to learn more:
1) 5 Google Easter Egg Tools and Games for Speech Therapy
2) 10 Google Easter Eggs for Speech Therapy in Middle School and High School
Google Easter Eggs are things middle and high school students love to learn about.