Intro to QR

Intro to QR
Intro to QR
Intro to QR
Intro to QR
Intro to QR
Intro to QR
Intro to QR
Intro to QR
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QR codes are a lot of fun for kids to use. This product is an introduction to how easy they are to implement in your classroom, whether you use them in worksheet form or as task cards.

The most obvious information for you is that you MUST have a device on which you can download a QR reader. That would most likely be an iPad or Chromebook in your classroom.

Students complete the tasks (cloze story, alphabetical order words, count the syllables, long/short vowel words), then use the QR reader to scan the code and check their answers. My students love doing independent work, and this is one of their top choices when it's time for small group work.

I've included several options for you to use in this packet, including color or black and white for each different set of task cards, and a choice of using them in worksheet form or as a small group/independent choice task card activity.
I avoid using worksheets that require copious amounts of copying, so I laminate the answer sheets and worksheets. This also makes it easier for students when they make a mistake--it doesn't seem like such a permanent issue for them if it wipes right off!

The other nice thing about this packet is that over the course of time, students will work on the same task repeatedly until they get it right, and even then they often practice it again to retain skills. This exposes them to the same words over and over again so they read the words more fluently with each exposure to the tasks. My students choose how they want to complete each task--some absolutely love to do worksheets, while others like to use word cards they can hold in their hands for each task.

You'll see a couple of different options for the Winter Words ABC Order, including a task card that has the words on it. Students can choose to challenge themselves by using the list instead of the word cards. This is appropriate when they are comfortable with alphabet order and no longer need to use physical tools.
I hope this product is useful to you and your students.

If you like what you've purchased, please leave feedback at my store.

Happy teaching!
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