# GROWING BUNDLE of Algebra 1 QR Code Activities

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1. Converting Quadratics Between Standard, Factored, and Vertex Form QR Codes contains:3 Standard Form to Factored and Vertex Forms3 Factored Form to Standard and Vertex Forms3 Vertex Form to Standard and Factored FormsThese QR Codes reveal links to Desmos equations and graphs for the specified quadrat
2. Factoring trinomials when A is not equal to 1. This file provides several options. Print task cards with or without QR Codes. Printing Directions:Option 1: If you want the QR Codes on the back of the task cards, print pages 1 & 3, 2 & 4 double-sided. This will print the blank task card on th
3. This activity has students solve quadratic equations using the quadratic formula. Equations have a mix of two, one, and no real solutions. To set up this activity, cut out the QR Codes and post around the room. There are a total of 12 equations. Scanning QR CodesCell Phones: Students can scan the QR
4. This resource provides students with 16 task cards on solving system of equations by any method. This resource contains 4 optionsColored Task Cards with QR CodesColored Task Cards without QR CodesBlack and White Task Cards with QR CodesBlack and White Task Cards without QR CodesScanning QR CodesCell
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This growing bundle will be continually updated with Algebra 1 QR Code activities. QR Codes engage students in the learning by seamlessly incorporating technology into your Algebra 1 lessons.

This Bundle currently includes:

1. Converting Quadratics Between Standard, Factored, and Vertex Form QR Code Posters
2. Factoring Trinomials QR Code Task Cards
3. Solving Quadratics using the Quadratic Formula QR Code Task Cards

Scanning QR Codes

• Cell Phones: Students can scan the QR Codes with an iPhone by holding their camera over the code. A pop-up notification will appear at the top of their screen with the answer. Students do not need to click the notification. The answer can be read directly from the notification.
• Snapchat: If students do not have an iPhone but have Snapchat, students can scan the QR Code through the Snapchat app. Take a picture of the QR Code through Snapchat and the answer will appear.
• No Phone? NO PROBLEM! Using any technological device with a camera (iPad, Chromebooks, etc.) simply search "QR Code Scanner" and students can hold the QR Code up to the camera and the answer will be revealed.

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