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My first graders love using task cards as a math center; especially since QR codes are involved! QR codes instantly make activities more exciting and engaging for all learners. Students are able to check their answers on their own giving them instant feedback on their work-which is just one reason why I love students working with QR Codes.
To access the QR code on each card you will need to download a free QR reader on your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or laptop (any of these devices, as long as it has a camera, will work.)
There are many free QR Code reader application. Search for them at the app store and choose the one that best fits your classroom needs.
In this center students will practice reading and representing numbers 1-120.
This center includes:
30 Scavenger Hunt Ten Frame Task Cards
Activity to be used as another center or as an assessment
Student Recording Sheet
This center is aligned with the common core: 1.NBT.A.1.
*If you are new to QR Codes and want to try them before purchasing please check out my free QR Code Centers: