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Sunday, August 12, 2012

Word Family Workstations...QR style!!

ok, I may be a little obsessed, BUT these QR codes are so kid friendly!  I've gotten so many emails asking for more code projects!  I've been picking my brain as to how else I could incorporate these little gems.  I added the scavenger hunt to my TPT store, by popular demand.  My latest and greatest are some workstations. 

scanning with my iPad, I use Scanlife
making new cVc words
Basically, your students have their iPod, smartphone, etc with scanner.  They also have a jumble of pieces.  Some have letters on them, and others have QR codes.  They sort them by color, and  find the QR code for whichever group they'd like to start with.  The budding tech wiz will scan the code & up pops a word family ending.  He can add the letter tiles to the front of the endings to discover new words!  Of course, there is a recording sheet for accountability.  This set of centers is 20 pages long, and includes 6 different word families.  I am just so pumped about these codes, I'm sure you'll see more of them in my future! 

And then there's my classroom.  Well, I'm *crossing my fingers* when I go in tomorrow I have a whiteboard....we shall see.  Hopefully, I'll have more progress pics later on in the week.  Cause I will have kiddos the week after that & my room just will not do in it's current state.


Happy coding!

9 comments:

  1. Thanks for linking up @ mrshsresourceroom.blogspot.com
    This idea is so awesome! Now just to get an iPad in my classroom!

    Thanks again!
    Kim

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  2. I love this idea. I wish I could get some fun technology in my classroom!

    Yeehaw! Teaching in Texas

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  3. @Sarah, thanks! You can also use any smartphone or iPod...anything that you can download an app on.

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  4. I love this activity. The kiddos will adore it. =)

    Heather
    Heather's Heart

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  5. I found your blog on the Tech Tip linky party and I am obsessed with QR Codes so I loved your post! I am your newest follower and would love for you to come check out my blog!

    Sent From My iPad

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  6. Thank you for linking up!! Loving all the great tech resources out there! This is a new one to me!

    Amy

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  7. I am a teacher,I like the QR Codes in the classroom.I think learning words by scanning qr code is very interesting, which can inspire the creativity of the students,also can cultivate their interests in learning.I intend to use this method to teach my students.

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