Your students will LOVE using these Singular/Plural Noun QR codes as task cards in a learning center/station, as a “SCOOT” game, or as a scavenger hunt activity around the school or in a hallway. Students will need a device with a QR code reader app installed. Apple devices such as an iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad can be used. Android devices with a QR Code reader can also be used. You do not need Wi-Fi for this activity. QR readers (free) such as i-Nigma, Qrafter, and a QR reader from Tap Media are ones I've used and work well with this product.
The activity uses plural noun rules for adding –s, -es, changing y to i before adding –es, changing -f or -fe to –ves, and irregular nouns such as changing ‘goose’ to ‘geese’ or ‘tooth’ to ‘teeth’.
This product is the companion product to my Easter QR Code Hunt product. I was asked to switch the activity from singular/plural to plural/singular. The students will read the plural form of the word on the task card. They will record the singular form of the noun on their recording page. The students can self-check to correct their responses using QR Codes. The QR codes give the singular form answers. Students love using QR Codes. They are fun and engaging.
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