Ending Punctuation QR Code Center

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Jennifer Bates
Grade Levels
1st - 2nd
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9 pages
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Jennifer Bates


Need a fun first grade school-themed literacy center or read the room activity? My 1st grade class goes absolutely CRAZY when I add the fun of checking their answers with QR codes. On each task card, students are asked to read a sentence and record the ending punctuation on their recording sheet. QR codes can be easily read with an iPad, tablet or smartphone but you can also use this as a traditional read-the-room activity if you don't have access to technology.

Included in this center:

⭐Center Title with directions

⭐12 cards with QR codes

⭐recording sheet

⭐answer key

⭐teacher directions with link to a free QR Reader app

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Use end punctuation for sentences.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Use end punctuation for sentences.


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