QR Codes are the next big thing! QR Codes are a phenomenal way to incorporate technology to make your lessons more engaging. All you need is to cut and laminate, and you're ready to go! I like to place these at a work station with a device that can read QR Codes. You could use an ipod Touch, ipad, other tablet, or even a smartphone. Students get immediate feedback once the QR Code is scanned.
These QR Codes Activities gives 4th and 5th graders a fantastic opportunity to use technology while learning. This will really help your students who NEED motivation.
In the QR Codes Decimal Number Lines Activity, students will identify a point on a number line. Some of the decimals go to the tenths place and some go to the hundredths place. These are challenging number lines and great practice in finding the pattern on a number line. In the QR Codes Decimal Place Value Activity, students will find the value of underlined digits, write in standard or word form, compare and order numbers, and find the digits in a certain place value. In the QR Codes Adding and Subtracting Decimals Activity, students will find either add or subtract their decimals (tenths and hundredths place). In the QR Codes Comparing and Ordering Decimals Activity, students will either compare two decimal numbers or place four decimal numbers in order from least to greatest or greatest to least. In the QR Codes Converting Decimals and Fractions Activity, students students will find the answer to a problem that involves converting decimals to fractions or converting fractions to decimals.
This is great for practice or a review. A student recording sheet, 24 cards, and an answer sheet for the teacher is included in each set.
These QR Codes task cards may also be used with any of my game boards. Click on the FREE game board template below to view all my themed game boards.