QR Codes are wonderful and kids LOVE them!!! They are a very innovative and fun way for students to learn many skills.
What are they? QR stands for “quick response”. They are like barcodes. They can be scanned with an iPod, iPad, a smart phone, or tablet. All you have to do is search in your App Store for a QR code scanner. There are plenty free apps to choose from. I love the Android QR Scanner that I got for free.
I have included the first 50 sight words in Spanish from the Real Academia Espanola Listado de Frecuencias.
(Open the preview to see the words included.)
The students will first scan the card with their iPod, iPad, phone, etc….
They will then read the word that appears on their scanning device (Very COOL).
They will then search for the card that matches the word from their device (10 cards per set).
Finally, students will write the word on their student response sheet.
There are 5 sets of 10 words each set. Each is in a different color. I even made the barcodes in different colors to match their sets! (Again… COOL)!
Response sheets are both in color and in black and white. You can laminate the color ones and have students use these with dry erase markers or make black and white copies.
Non Seasonal--Can be used ALL year long!
Please look at the preview so you can see exactly what comes with this activity.
ALSO AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH with Fry Sight Words
Created by Alma Almazan