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Easter QR Code Hunt for Plural Nouns

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Common Core Standards
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Singular and plural nouns using 24 QR Codes with an Easter/spring theme! Your students will love practicing ELA language standards using technology. After teaching lessons on plural forms of nouns using -s (toy to toys), -es (box to boxes), changing y to i before adding -es (baby to babies),changing -f or -fe to -ves (wolf to wolves), and irregular plural nouns such as changing 'goose' to 'geese', the students can use these 24 task cards in a classroom center/learning station or as a scavenger type hunt around school or in a hallway. Students will need an ios or android device with a QR Code reader such as i-nigma, qrafter, or a qr reader from Tap Media.The apps required are free. Students do not need WiFi for this activity. A student response sheet and answer key are included with this activity. This is a great activity to use after plural lessons with rules are taught.

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Included in this purchase:
24 task cards with QR codes and Easter themed graphics
Response Sheet
Answer Sheet
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