Tried it Tuesday - QR Codes



So now that I have access to a full cart of iPads for about half of the day, I had to give one of the QR (stands for quick response, in case you were wondering like I was) code activities a shot.

My students LOVED it!  About half of my students will need another day or two to finish their research posters and the other half are done.  So I sent them on a hunt for 24 task cards with QR codes that I made the night before.  They had to determine the part of speech of the underlined word.  Very simple since we'd never done it before.  They got it right away and I sort of want to make another one to put up for tomorrow on another topic for those that were able to complete this one.  I love that they were getting instant feedback on their answers.  I could hear them checking their responses and talking about the correct answers.

Our iPads have the app called "scan" on them and it did the job just fine.  I made the codes here:  http://qrcode.kaywa.com  It was really easy.










I made these simple task cards last night.  There are 24 sentences.  Students need to identify the part of speech for the underlined word - noun, verb, adjective, adverb, preposition, or pronoun.  Feel free to use them.  Nothing fancy...no directions, cover sheet, or answer key...I wanted to make sure they worked first and maybe I'll dress them up later!  Click here to access the Google doc.

I found a QR linky party too!  Check it out below.



8 comments

  1. Love QR Codes-thanks for the freebie! My kiddos will love using them.
    Hunter's Tales from Teaching

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  2. Are you bragging about your iPads again? Just kidding, friend!! ;O)

    I'm so happy that you are making these so when I get some tablets, I can just use all of your hard work!! ;O)

    Thank you for this!!! I hope you are having a good week!
    Amanda
    Collaboration Cuties

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  3. Love what you created for the QR Codes! Thanks for posting the link to our QR linky party! Excited to be your newest follower!

    Carrie
    Table Talk with C & C

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  4. We are dying to try QR codes, but don't have the resources quite yet. I am def going to try this with my iPad and o it whole class. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Thanks for sharing! Cute idea!I have a little creation for QR codes too! We're twins! Found you through the linky!
    Joanne
    Head Over Heels For Teaching

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  6. I think I can, I think I can!! I need to make time to really investigate this QR code thing...the fear of the unknown! I have pinned it for future reference and love the linky party too. Thanks so much for linking up:)
    ~Holly
    Fourth Grade Flipper

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  7. Totally trying this next week! Awesome! :)

    Sara
    Primary Buzz

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