Are you looking for a way to integrate technology into math? QR Codes are a great way to integrate technology and offer immediate feedback!
This activity is used to practice or reinforce the concept of multiplying tenths by tenths. This activity is wonderful to use for TEKS 5.3D.
Students will represent multiplication using a grid and colors, yellow and blue. They will then check their work using a QR code reader. QR codes offer immediate feedback using colored pictures of the models students have created!
The download also comes with an Exit Slip.
You can see this activity in action on my blog!
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You might also want to download my free Decimal Multiplication BINGO game!
Multiplying Decimals BINGO
You might also love Going The Distance: Best of 9 Rounds activity. This focuses on whole number multiplied by a decimal using a model!
Going The Distance: Best of 9 Rounds
Need to integrate technology? Try my Google Classroom Activities!
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