QR Code Math Task Card Bundle
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HUGE QR CODE TASK CARD BUNDLE!
This bundle includes 22 different math topics to help your students practice their math in a fun and engaging way!
This product contains task cards with QR codes for 22 different math skills including:
Place Value QR Code Task Cards
2-Digit Addition (with & without regrouping) QR Code Task Cards (2 SETS!)
Fast Fact Addition QR Code Task Cards
Missing Addend QR Code Task Cards
Fast Fact Subtraction QR Code Task Cards
Fact Family QR Code Task Cards
2-Digit Subtraction (with & without regrouping) QR Code Task Cards (2 SETS!)
3-Digit Addition (with & without regrouping) QR Code Task Cards (2 SETS!)
3-Digit Subtraction (with & without regrouping) QR Code Task Cards (2 SETS!)
Math Logic Equations
Rounding Numbers (2 SETS!)
Comparing Numbers (2 SETS!)
More and Less
Arrays with Repeated Addition
Each file comes with 24 ink friendly task cards and 24 full color task cards, direction sheet, recording sheet, and answer key. (The regrouping resources come with two sets of ink friendly and full color- regrouping and without regrouping.) The QR codes are linked to simple text that provides the answers for each math problem. This allows for self-correcting opportunities. The recording sheet includes a self-monitoring piece for each problem. Your students will find the answer, scan the QR code, check if the answer is correct and circle YES or NO at the bottom of each answer box.
You will want to download a free QR code reader app for the best experience with this resource.
QR Code Task Cards are a fun activity that you can do with your whole class or as a small group center. It will get your students up and moving from desk to desk while they solve math problems. This activity can be used as a review, practice, or even assessment. After printing the following slides, cut them out and place one task card on each desk. Each student will need a record sheet. Students will start at their own desk. They need to find the answer on the task card. Then the teacher says, “Scoot” and at that point the students need to move to the next desk to solve that task card. The activity will continue until all the task cards have been solved by each student. Corrections can be done together as a whole group for reinforcement/re-teaching or done by the teacher.
Another variation of this game is to hang them around the classroom and have your students walk around the room with a recording sheet and clipboard. I have also used scoot games as a small group center activity and we put the scoot cards in the middle of the group and each student takes a turn drawing a card, solving, and recording the answer on the recording sheet.
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