The forms are very easy to create and share. The forms can be e-mailed, embedded in a webpage, or a link can be shared to the live form. Below is video showing you how to create a quiz using forms.
One very easy way to use forms in the primary classroom is to record your milk counts. Students go to a computer kiosk in your room and click which milk option they would prefer. The results are automatically placed in a spreadsheet and can be tabulated using a simple sum equation. You may be wondering how this helps your students. It teaches your students that the computer can be used for a variety of purposes, not just games, and the results can be used as a math lesson. Forms has a great feature that will show you the responses in a graph so that you can show students how the data looks in graphic form. Try making a form and see how easy it is.