This morning I am linking up to Table Talk with C&C’s: I heart QR Codes and Classroom Freebies: Manic Monday. QR codes are everywhere! The hubby is even taking notice with how often I point out QR codes-this weekend we saw them on menus, ketchup bottles, fliers, mail…you name it…they are everywhere!
Well, they are everywhere in my classroom as well! My kids are having a blast with QR Codes and as a teacher I am loving the benefits as well. The engagement level of my student’s is higher when using technology as well as the instant feedback piece is extremely beneficial to me as a teacher because I know my students are practicing the skills correctly during their center time.
Click here or on the picture below to get my my QR Code Noun Sort which is a forever freebie!
Students chose a good fit book to read and complete this noun graphic organizer during one of our reading centers last week. After reading the story once students scanned the QR Code to watch a short video on nouns. After watching the video students then went on a noun hunt and found all of the nouns in their story! Below are some pictures of my first graders completing this noun hunt!
|After reading a “good fit” book. Each student scanned the QR Code to watch a noun video.|
|Each student reread his/her story and went on a “hunt” for all of the nouns in his/her book!|
|The glare makes it tricky to see but there is circle for our number and then the words “10 more,” “10 Less,” “1 more,” and “1 Less” are on the bag to assist struggling students with this concept.|
|Students find a card. Then, solve and record their answer on the student recording sheet.|
|Students scan the QR Code to check their answer.|
|Students see the answer on the screen and check to make sure they answered correctly.|