No more typing out long url addresses for navigating to webpages. These internet based reading and social studies activities use QR codes instead! A QR code reader (free app) is used for both.
Two separate worksheets, each two pages, use iPads to
This activity uses the Tour Wrist or Sphere (free!) App to view New York City's Times Square. Students answer questions about what they see, and then compare/contrast the information to their own town or city. This activity can be completed as a
These pages include very clear instructions for writing a report outline, and a blank outline page for students to complete as they delve into the exciting and exotic world of rainforest animals. These outlines will enable students to write an
Questions for the Nasa "Our World" online Video What is Weather?
These fantastic 3 to 4 minute science videos are perfect for short class periods, as introductions, quick reviews, or a lesson in note taking.
Worksheets include QR code for a shortcut
The charts on this website will allow your students to compare the weights of different dinosaurs using greater than, less than or equal to (the symbols <,>, or =). Students may type in the URL address listed OR use iPads with a QR code reader
This activity was created for use with iPads, either in a small group, pairs, or individually. Your iPads will need a (free) app for reading QR codes. These codes take the user straight to the desired websites. No more typing in long URL