This product was created by Robinson Elementary’s STLP team (Student Technology Leadership Program). My middle schoolers wanted to create a scavenger hunt that incorporates technology. This scavenger hunt goes with the book, One is a Feast for Mouse by Judy Cox. Once students have read or listened to the book, they will use Ipads loaded with a QR code reader app to scan and answer 10 questions about the book. The questions can be placed around the room (or even school) for the students to find and scan. Students simply scan the QR code and up pops a question for them to answer on their recording sheet. Our goal is to help students learn to use technology at a young age while building literacy skills. This activity makes answering questions about a text much more fun and interactive. Students can work in teams to complete the task or individually. My STLP has used this during Literacy Nights and it was a success.
Questions include the following literacy skills:
recall, setting, sequence, realism/fantasy, describe, and making connections to the text.
You will need the book, One is a Feast for Mouse by Judy Cox to complete this activity. Tablets or Ipads loaded with a QR code reader app will also be required.
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