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Telling Time Task Cards includes 24 clock face task cards, recording forms, answer keys, and QR code answers. These cards can be used with a variety of active engagement learning games for partners or teams, in math centers, or even with a whole-class review. This freebie was recently updated with n
2nd - 4th
Worksheets can be fun! Students draw factor rainbows and then check their answers by scanning the QR code. Spanish version is also included. If you love this freebie, check out the Factor Rainbows Activity Bundle - so much factor fun in one resource! Also check out: 4th Grade All Year Long QR Code
QR code scavenger hunts can be used for review, for early finishers, or to challenge your higher students. Print, laminate, and hang the phones up around your room. Students find the phone that says “Start” and scan the QR code to reveal the first question. Each QR code will lead them to the next
3rd - 5th
Give your students a fun way to practice calculating elapsed time with these elapsed time word problem task cards. These fun task cards feature QR codes that students can scan to check their answers. Set up these addition and subtraction task cards as an engaging math center or station, or post them
Download and print twelve QR codes for your classroom listening library! Students simply scan the codes with any QR App to watch books read aloud. All QR codes are links to YouTube videos via the website SafeShare.TV. The site enables your students to not see any ads, or search for videos. These cod
This download comes with 12 center tasks to reinforce place value skills. It focuses on place value to the hundred-thousands place. I've included QR codes on each card to allow students to self check their answer. To access the QR code, you will need to download the free QR reader on your iPad,
3rd - 4th
I hand this out to my students at Meet the Teacher night! They can scan this QR code the night before the first day and hear me read them a story. This year I chose to record myself reading A Letter From Your Teacher by Shannon Olsen. *The QR code in my example is not my actual video of me reading t
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Missing Addend QR Code Task Cards are a fun activity that you can do with your whole class or as a small group center. It will get your students up and moving from desk to desk while they solve math problems. This activity can be used as a review, practice, or even assessment. After printing the fol
My first graders love using QR Codes as a math center; especially since QR Codes are involved! QR Codes instantly make activities more exciting and engaging for all learners. In this special QR Codes scavenger hunt activity, students will solve the equation to find sum/difference then search for t
Students first complete the two-digit addition and subtraction problems (with and without regrouping), then check their answer by scanning the QR code that is on the card. REVISED 2016- added a recording sheet!
1st - 3rd
Solar System QR Code Scavenger Hunt by Brad Cloud Integrating technology into your teaching increases student engagement. Try this QR code activity today! This activity includes a table with 20 questions, 20 QR codes, and a place for each answer and point value of each correct answer. The QR codes
Would you like your students to have extra practice in action verbs? I love how task cards are just the right thing for independent practice in centers, small groups or playing scoot. newyearpegs Students will read a short sentence and choose the word that is an adjective. A recording sheet is in
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Can your students prove their answers? They need to practice their written comprehension! This written comprehension reading packet uses the children's book A Bad Case of Stripes by David Shannon, QR codes (to watch a video of the story read aloud), and 4 comprehension questions in a variety of form
Included in this set are 24 task cards that ask students to solve 1-step equations, a student answer sheet, and an answer key. These are all short answer task cards. One set of these task cards have QR codes on them. When scanned with a QR scanner (which can be downloaded onto smart phones, IPODS,
5th - 9th
Want to check out the format before purchasing?Then download this for free and see if you like it!Two free books include:-Cat in the Hat-How the Grinch Stole ChristmasIf you like it, check out my pack of 44 Dr. Seuss QR Code Read Alouds
These 12 shape task cards make a great math center activity to reinforce geometry skills. You can also use them for a Roam the Room or a mini-scoot game in a small group. Enjoy!Contents:•12 shape task cards with two versions•Recording sheet• Answer Key~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
1st - 2nd
Teacher Business Card - Turn it into a magnet! EDITABLE! Strengthen the home-school connection by providing your families with a magnet that includes all of your contact information in one place! Link a website via a QR Code to your magnet - a classroom blog, school or district site, classroom/te
400 Follower Freebie! Thank you for following my store! Give your students a fun way to practice triple digit subtraction AND addition (with regrouping) with these "love"ly spider task cards. These fun task cards feature QR codes that students can scan to check their answers. Set up these additio
DIGITAL PDF AND PRINTABLES: You will download free place value tens and ones task cards for kindergarten, 1st grade or special education math students. They feature base ten blocks and QR codes. You may use the printable task cards in math centers or stations for fun review games and activities, su
***UPDATED*** These Editing & Revising Task Cards are intended for use in Writer's Workshop to review grammar skills. Task cards can be used as test prep to get your students ready for that big test at the end of the year or in work stations during the year as a review. The QR codes make it
3rd - 5th
This is a set of 16 task cards with QR codes that are differentiated for classroom use. So often my middle schoolers enter 6th grade barely knowing how to multiply, and this is a great tool to assess where they are. This file is differentiated as follows: --4 task cards that have "stacked" problem
Force and Motion QR Code Scavenger Hunt by Brad Cloud. This 10 question slide show prompts students to scan a QR code in response to a question. Upon arriving at a web site, students are expected to explore the site with the goal of finding the answer to the question. The 10 items cover such conten
Who doesn’t love reading this classic book to their Ks or Pre-Ks at the beginning of the year? Keep the ALPHABET FUN going strong during math centers with this hands-on math puzzle. It's wonderful for introducing kids to counting, geometry & shapes, sorting & classifying, and spatial reason

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