The other day I saw a video tutorial by Teaching It that ran through the steps of using Paint-by-Numbers in Google Forms - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6rDzbGrU3Bo
It got me thinking of how much fun it would be for students of all ages to answer questions and see their answers fill in a color in a painting!
Embedded below is a GIF followed by a 5 minute and 56 second YouTube tutorial that I created.
- In order to do this you will first need to find a website for a color by numbers. A simple website to use is http://coloritbynumbers.com/online.
- You can then choose a picture
- I recommend taking a picture (snipping tool) to be used later on in your Form
- Then, choose the number 1, color in, and then take a picture.
- Continue on until the painting has been completed.
- Then, start your Google Form and add fields for first and last name.
- I also added the original picture to show the students what they would be coloring in
- Next, add a new section to the form
- Add a title (color the ones or something like that) as well as adding something like "Answer the question below to color in the ones."
- Then, add your picture.
- Add your question
- Make sure it is Short Answer
- At the bottom (next to required) select the three dots and add response validation
- Choose Number > Equal to > answer
- Add custom error text (keep trying)
- Add a new section
- Upper right of next section make sure to select Duplicate section
- update the title, description, etc.
- For the image - select where it says Image Title
- Add Image Title
- Choose the three dots and select change
- You can now change out the image and add the "ones" picture
- Continue until all questions and images have been added
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