Students gladly practice reading and writing letters of the alphabet when using QR codes! Easy prep, QR codes are a great, natural addition to any word work daily five center! This creation provides an engaging way for students to practice reading and writing capital letters while becoming tech savvy!
As a first grade teacher, I will use this as a back to school center to review the alphabet while also introducing technology rules. This can easily incorporate into pre-k and kinder curriculum and centers as well.
Low prep and low paper; each set of 12 letters is on one page. Student response sheets use blackline. You may place in page protectors to save ink. If you prefer, you can have students do all 24 at one time or you may divide into 1-12 and 13-24. The two unused letters are Q and Z.
I recommend laminating QR codes, but last year, with my St. Patrick’s Day QR code search, I ran out of time, did not laminate, and had printed on copy paper. They held up well enough to use for year two. So no judgement here if you don’t laminate!
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