HALLOWEEN: QR CODE HUNT

HALLOWEEN: QR CODE HUNT
HALLOWEEN: QR CODE HUNT
HALLOWEEN: QR CODE HUNT
HALLOWEEN: QR CODE HUNT
HALLOWEEN: QR CODE HUNT
HALLOWEEN: QR CODE HUNT
HALLOWEEN: QR CODE HUNT
HALLOWEEN: QR CODE HUNT
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  1. New Update* File with British English spellings included.*BANNERS included for all celebrations.******************************************************************See the option to use fact cards instead of QR Code Cards here:HOLIDAYS AROUND THE WORLD SCAVENGER HUNTS BUNDLE***************************
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HALLOWEEN QR CODE HUNT

Teach your students all about the history of Halloween with this fun 32 QR Code Hunt cards. Your students will be in awe as they learn all about the origin of Halloween tracing back to the early Irish and Scottish immigrants, the customs and traditions observed globally, as well as many other interesting facts. Please note that you will need a QR Code Reader to scan the QR code on each card.

WHAT’S INCLUDED

✓ 32 QR Code Cards on Halloween

✓ 4 Recording Sheets

✓ 4 page Answer Key

✓ Banner Reading 'Happy Halloween' ( 4 options)

✓ Writing Templates x 12 featuring Halloween related backgrounds - students write 2-3 facts and add illustrations; would also be useful to write on a writing prompt

ACTIVITY

Place the 32 QR Code Cards on Halloween around the classroom. Students can work individually, in pairs, or in small groups to find the answers to all 32 questions on their recording sheets. They must scan the QR Code to find the answer for each corresponding question on their recording sheets. Students may also make an educated guess about the possible answer prior to scanning.

After all students have completed the QR Code Hunt, show these cards on the interactive whiteboard and discuss the answers with the class.

EVIDENCE OF LEARNING

* Have students write 2-3 facts on Halloween on a writing template of choice. As the backgrounds featured are plain and simple, they can add further illustrations.

These templates can also be used to write on a given prompt.

ONLINE SECURITY

Once a QR code is scanned, students are not directed to a website but rather to a text only link. If the QR Code Reader app attempts to display the answer with a web browser, choose the option of view in ‘plain text’ in settings/preferences.

** NOTE: you can select any number of cards (1- 18) or (19-32) depending upon time available. Print out recording sheets accordingly.

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If you would like your students to attempt this activity without QR Codes, you can access :

HALLOWEEN SCAVENGER HUNT

Please note that content and questions are the same in both resources.

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THIS PRODUCT IS INCLUDED IN THE MEGA BUNDLE:

HOLIDAYS: QR CODE HUNTS BUNDLE

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*** PLEASE NOTE PRIOR TO PURCHASING:

The QR codes do not provide access to any online article, reason being the links change or they are often blocked by school admin. Instead, the codes once scanned reveal the answer to each question on the recording sheet. Students make an educated guess prior to scanning the code. Students will still be assimilating information, moving and having fun as they record the scanned answer in their own words. Evidence of learning will be found when students design their writing templates.

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