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QR Codes are an excellent way to enhance your Daily 5, literacy station and reading centers. This bundle of QR Codes is packed full of classic monthly themed books that your students are sure to love. They are excellent for special needs students, to use as a reward for students who complete work or show improvements, as part of your daily literacy center or just for enjoyment.
When students scan a QR code, it takes them to a story on YouTube for them to watch and listen to. The links have been loaded through Safeshare to block out any ads or popups so that it’s safe for kids.
This pack includes 19 great Australian stories from Aussie Authors.
Edward the Emu – Sheena Knowles
Possum Magic – Mem Fox
Olga the Brolga – Rod Clement
Hattie and the Fox – Mem Fox
The Very Hungry Bear – Nick Bland
Diary of a Wombat – Jackie French
Magic Beach – Alison Lester
Koala Lou – Mem Fox
There was an old lady who swallowed a thong – P.Crumble
There was an old lady who swallowed a Mozzie – P.Crumble
There’s a Hippopotamus on our roof eating cake – Hazel Edwards
Noni the Pony – Alison Lester
Who sank the boat – Pamela Allen
Plato the Platypus Plumber – Hazel Edwards
Where is the Green Sheep – Mem Fox
Wombat Stew – Marcia Vaughan
Wilfrid McDonald Gordon Partridge – Mem Fox
Good Night, Sleep Tight – Mem Fox
Puggle’s Problem – Aleesha Darlison
There are also 5 generic foldable book responses to use with these books.
If there are any other Aussie stories or authors you'd like to see added to this pack please let me know so I can add them for you! (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Since these are live links, there is always a chance that they could become inactive. If that happens please contact me and I will create a new code and/or find a different read aloud in its place.
Prior to purchasing this product, please be sure your school/district allows viewing videos via Safeshare.com
Please also be sure that you have a device that can read QR codes (iPod Touch, iPad, tablet, or laptop/desktop with a camera). There are many free apps on both Google Play and iTunes that you can download to use.