Yes, you would research the Google Doodle archive. And for many of the doodles there, note hyperlinks for research plus also watch animations or play with interactive games virtually
Fine, that’s fun and maybe, if on a given day you check out the Google Homepage and there is a relevant event or person or cultural artifact or other digital process being celebrated, you can use it as a motivating beginning student research “do now” or as a culminating scavenger hunt activity, or have students focus on the question “how did the Google doodle anticipate what we are studying?” creating a strong connection to your content.
Doodle 4 Google 2017
years in, the U.S. Doodle 4 Google Contest draws thousands of creative
submissions from talented young artists across the
Doodle 4 Google Winner (and finalists 2016-17 Doodle 4 Google Contest)
140th Anniversary of
How to create a digital flipbook (A to Z)
NOTE: There are many other flipbook and game maker resources available online waiting for you to Google them.