Scan Your Way to Digital Learning Day

Welcome to the second stop in the Digital Learning Day Blog Hop. Each stop in this hop includes information about a different type of QR code and a QR code freebie. This freebie comes just in time for you to use in your classroom on Digital Learning Day which is February 17, 2016. 

You will also want to scan the QR code at the end of each post to get a word you need for a chance to win an iPod touch. I am the second stop in the hop if you want to start at the beginning head back to Tech with Jen to get your first word.



This stop includes how to make a simple
 text QR code.





I love using text QR codes to make riddles for my students to solve. Scavenger Hunts are another fun way to use text QR codes. Place QR code clues on pieces of paper that students scan to help them find the next clue. I did this once for my son at home on his birthday. I hid his birthday present then he had to find QR clues around the house. Each QR code clue led him to another QR code clue that eventually led him to his present. What kid doesn't love a hunt?

Here's a text QR freebie you can download to use in your classroom: Greater Gator QR code Riddles. This freebie gives students practice with double digit addition and subtraction math facts. Some facts have regrouping and some do not.  (We are constantly reviewing this skill in my classroom.) Students will also compare the answers with a greater than or less than sign after they answer the math fact.






Don't forget to scan my text QR code here to get my word and then head to the next stop for some more QR code fun. 



The next stop on the hop is Erintegration. Hop on over to her site where you will learn more about image QR codes.



8 comments:

  1. I love your directions, Anita. They are so easy to understand. I can't wait to use your freebie.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Thanks for your directions...I can think of so many ways to use this.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Thank you, great product and information.

    ReplyDelete
  4. What a great post! Thanks for sharing, Anita.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing such a wonderful freebie!

    ~Laura
    Luv My Kinders

    ReplyDelete
  6. Great tutorial on QR Codes with text! Thanks so much for sharing, and my students will LOVE the Greater Gator Riddles! :)

    Kim
    For a Love of Teaching

    ReplyDelete
  7. Hey Anita,
    Thanks fro such digital educational resources. It's really helpful for us.

    Best regards.
    Kokon

    ReplyDelete
  8. Hey Anita,
    Thanks fro such digital educational resources. It's really helpful for us.

    Best regards.
    Kokon

    ReplyDelete





Pin It button on image hover