Interactive audio QR code books make listening to reading center time more responsive, accountable, and interactive! Students will scan and listen to the story, then answer questions. To incorporate art with reading, students then scan a QR code to learn how to draw a item of importance to the story. Two levels of questions are provided for each story to allow for differentiation.
Three stories total, with two differentiated levels each, for a total of six possible centers.
Sometimes, I do want my firsties to practice their respond to reading skills in a tear-free, fun way.
In this set, you will find three stories, each with two levels of questions to allow for differentiation. Response styles vary for each story to allow students to practice different recall and response.
Stories: I am a Frog! by Mo Willems; Shoo! Fly Guy by Tedd Arnold; The Watermelon Seed by Greg Pizzoli
When putting these in centers, I recommend printing front/back and letting students choose a best fit.
Students should first listen to the story, then re-listen, pausing the story video to answer questions.
Next, students can do a word search for sight words contained in the story.
And finally, a chance to incorporate a little art to responses, students will scan a QR code taking them to a video instruction of how to draw an animal or item from the story!
Try out more QR ELA Centers!
Sight Word Search with Audio QR Codes
April QR Code Listening Center
1st Grade Audio QR Code Sight Word Search
Sight Word Match with Audio QR Codes - French Fry Edition
Ideas for use:
-Listening Center -Reading Homework -Summer Reading Packet