Print a Google Forms… It’s That Simple!

It is amazing to think in this digital oriented society there are still people who don’t own digital devices or have internet service. Teacher’s no need to sweat this one out for Google Forms can provided a paper copy for students. All you have to do is print the form. Yup! You heard me right.

When a Google Forms is printed the layout transforms to a simple black & white copy. All background designs disappear. The student marks bubbles and fills in the blank to answer questions. It’s hard to believe, but Google Forms supports both the paperless and paper Classrooms. Who can ask for more?

Before and After Sample of Google Forms

BEFORE

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How to Print a Google Form

  1. Click the more options icon (3 vertical dots)
  2. Scroll down to Print and Click
  3. It’s that simple!!!

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Yes! You Can Have One Sheet per Student in a Google Form Spreadsheet

I’m discovering not many teachers know multiple student sheets can be added to one spreadsheet. Due to the time it takes for setting this up I don’t recommend doing this for all Google Forms. However due to the nature of a reading log it is well worth taking the time to set up a sheet per student. The trick is you will need to create one Google Form per student, and then add a sheet into an existing Spreadsheet.

This is how to add multiple sheets to one spreadsheet

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STEPS for ADDING MULTIPLE SHEET to a SPREADSHEET

  • Open Google Form
  • Click Response

step 1

  • Click Change Response Destination

Step 2-2

  • Click New Sheet in Exisiting Spreadsheet

Step 4

  • Select the Spreadsheet

Step 5

IF ALL GOES WELL YOU SHOULD HAVE MULTIPLE SHEETS IN ONE SPREADSHEET

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