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Welcome to Teaching with Nancy! Your students will love being beginning sound detectives with this QR code activity that incorporates audio! This activity is NOT a bunch of worksheets, this is an engaging interactive learning early literacy station that integrates technology. Thank you in adva
This marvelous FREEBIE is fun and challenging, providing a unique technological way for students to analyze and apply their knowledge of TEXT STRUCTURES through the use of QR Codes. These codes are linked to kid-friendly HIGH INTEREST news articles online. Students match each article to one of t
QR Code has been updated to take you to the infographic! I also included the image if you would like to copy it for your students. I am thankful to all of my followers and to TpT for having this great resource available to teachers! This is a freebie for you. This product is a QR code that students
This fun QR Code activity will have your students excited to show their knowledge of middle sounds! This activity comes with 12 QR code cards for A-E-I-O-U and a response sheet to log their answers. After completing the sheet they can then scan the QR codes to check their work. QR Codes work by dow
Your students will LOVE trying out these FREE Self-Checking Base 10 Activity! Math Center Activity for K-3 GREAT Reteaching Activity for your struggling 3rd graders. This FREE product contains (5) of the (21) QR Code Base 10 Self-Checking Activity Math Sheets. FULL Product contains (21) QR Code
This is a collection of my astronaut themed printables that I made for our astronaut study. You will find a Venn diagram to use in comparing astronaut ice cream to regular ice cream. There is also a graphing activity, a story prompt, a KWL chart and QR codes linking to YouTube videos of astronaut li
Want a fun and engaging center that your students can complete and check themselves? A-Z Rounding QR Code Activity gives your students the chance to work independently or in small groups, while using a tablet or laptop to check their work, allowing them to receive immediate feedback. This activity
Engage your students with digit learning! A perfect combination of history and digital fun, this QR Code Quest will have your students scanning and reading their way through various websites to learn about the history and traditions associated with the Fourth of July! This resource includes:• 4 Card
Students will work their way around the room using QR Code Clues!This QR Code Scavenger Hunt asks students to locate synonyms for 10 different winter-themed words. Students can work independently, in pairs, or as small groups.Hang the clues around the room and students will use/solve the clues given
This is a FREE download. This product contains (4) QR Code Simple Addition Self-Checking Activity Mats as samples from the full product. This product is used best with Kindergarten and 1st Grade students. The students will complete their addition problems and check their answers by scanning the Q
QR Codes for K-12 This item gives you QUICK and EASY step-by-step directions on how to make QR Code Activity Mats or Task Cards for your students for any subject area. You will be able to quickly develop QR Code activities that focus on what skills your students need at that time in about 5 minute
This product is a free sample of a QR code activity used to study Buffalo's Pan American Exposition by utilizing and analyzing primary sources. The students would read articles from the Pan with children as the content. Students will read, analyze, and infer in this one day activity. The activity
This is a set of 15 activity pages. Students, using a device with a QR code scanner (iPads are most common) scan the QR code on the page to watch a short video of how to properly write the initial letter, as well as hear the name of the image on the page. Then, students trace over the letter with t
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
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
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
Engage and involve students in literacy with these fun CVC practice cards that use QR codes! These FUN cards are perfect for helping your kindergarten students practice phonics skills while integrating technology!This fun FREE pack of 8 cards is perfect for helping your kindergarten students practic
Easy, fun way to help your students learn physical science vocabulary AND prepare for the 5th grade science STAAR test! PRODUCT DESCRIPTION *This product is designed to help students master academic vocabulary and can be used to supplement a well-balanced science curriculum. *Complete vocabula
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,
Use these 24 TASK CARDS AND QR CODE CARDS featuring favorite fairytale characters to provide an element of fun to learning grammar. ♦ The 24 task cards provide further reinforcement of the skills of identifying the simple sentence, compound sentence, and complex sentence. They could also serve as a
Your students will have a blast rounding numbers and scanning the QR codes with this freebie. Simply print, cut out, and place the sunglasses around your classroom. Then give your students the recording sheet and a device that can scan QR codes so they can self-check their work.If your kiddos like
Are you looking for some end of the year fun?? Count down the last 26 days of school with the ABC's! I have created a list for each letter. Check out the list for ideas (or add your own) and have fun counting down to the end of the school year. Need a Parent Letter? No Problem! Clink the link b
Just add i-pods or i-pads and your students are ready to hear five stories. Instructions are included. Laminate this page, and put it in your listening center. Watch how fast your children are engaged!Be the first to know about my new sales, freebies and products: • Look for the green star near t
Distance Learning compatible. Brain Breaks, movement breaks and reading picture books are the key to staying sane for students, teachers and parents. Test out this product and see how easy it is for students to independently keep their literacy skills moving. All links created in Safe Share and sa

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