I absolutely love QR Codes, and my students are highly engaged in their learning whenever we use this fun, new technology. QR codes make even the most ordinary task seem extraordinary.
For my fifth set of QR code cards I have done all of the work so you don’t have to. I have scoured articles, blogs, and talked with colleagues to find dozens of kid-friendly sites for you to use with your students. With the exception of IXL math and RAZ-Kids, all of these sites are free! Included are more than 60 cards for you to use with your students.
Use these QR Code cards to integrate technology with your ELA, Math, Art, and Science program. Place them at a center or run multiple copies for your students to use at their desks. Students will get excited learning about different concepts using these QR Code cards. This is also an excellent supplement to your Second Language Program.
Here are just some of the QR Code Cards that are included:
Starfall.com (along with individual cards for each sub-section)
ABCya.com (along with individual cards for each grade level)
Brain Pop, Jr.
Nat Geo for Kids
These are some lesser known sites rated highly:
Lawrence Hall of Science
Little Explorer’s Picture Dictionary—English – Spanish, German, French, and many other languages.
Other Sets in my QR Code Card Collection::
#1: Little Explorer’s Dictionary Alphabet Cards#2: Little Explorer’s Dictionary Concept Cards#3: Storyline Online Story Cards#4: Starfall.com Alphabet Cards
Download my Writing Center Tools: Paper - Freebie to use with some of my QR code cards sets:
Writing Center Tools: Papers - Freebie