Addition & Subtraction bracelets with QR codes for Kindergarten homework. The QR codes link to an engaging "Addition & Subtraction" review video & simple family game to practice adding & subtracting! Empower parents to help their children practice new learning at home by letting parents know what the students are learning and providing a simple & meaningful "game" to help master the new Math skill.
TEACHERS love these bracelets because students spend extra time at home working on concepts (because there is never enough time at school!) and parents are kept in the know about what their children are learning without daily/weekly newsletters. PARENTS love these cool bracelets because they know exactly what their child is learning and the simple game & video empowers them to support their child. STUDENTS love the bracelets because they get to show off their new learning at home and watch the fun Math video!
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♥Kindergarten BUNDLE (159+ bracelets for Math, Sight Words, Science, & more!)
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Simply print the color or black/white bracelets (the parent directions print on the back), and tape/glue/staple the paper band around the students' wrists or to their backpacks or folders. Let students know that you have a special video for them to watch at home about what they learned in class today, AND you’ve also attached a SECRET GAME for them to play with their families.
Students will excitedly present the bracelets to their parents to scan with their Smartphone, tablet, or iPad at home.
Now, when the parent asks, “What did you learn at school today?” the child can proudly share and practice their new learning! The “Secret Game” is designed to get students excited to share the bracelet with their families and is a simple and meaningful way for the family to reinforce what was learned at school that day. By seeing the content in various contexts, and giving parents meaningful strategies to reinforce concepts taught at school, students better retain their new learning!
This learning bracelet links to an educational YouTube video using a QR code. If you plan to use these bracelets at school, please download the preview to test that the QR codes open on your school device (and on school WiFi) before purchasing. This is because some districts block YouTube, but it will not be an issue if parents use their own devices to access the videos at home. I value your time!***
Check out my other Kindergarten bracelets with QR codes:
This bracelet (and 155+ others) are included in my Kindergarten Bracelets BUNDLE♥
Numbers in the Teens
Numbers in the 20s
Counting to 20 and Back Down
Counting to 100
Addition & Subtraction
Adding +1 up to 10
Skip Counting by 10
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Plants (2 Bracelets: Parts of Plants & Needs of Plants)
States of Matter
Life Cycles (2 Bracelets: Butterfly Life Cycle & Frog Life Cycle)
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