Sunday, July 14, 2013

QR Crazy

It's only July, but I'm already planning for September.  Over the last month I made several sets of QR code flashcards. You may be thinking, "What in the world are QR codes?"

You've probably seen QR codes in magazines and on packaging.  They are a newer version of a barcode.  After scanning the QR code with your iPhone/iPad/iPod/Android, you are directed to a company's website or given information about a product.

In the fall, our class will be using QR coded flashcards to review math facts and concepts.  Students will work a problem, then scan the code on the back of the card.  The answer will be displayed on their iPad after scanning.  This is a great way for students to self check their own work.
Go ahead and work the problems.  Scan the codes to check your answers.
I made cards for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and sequencing.
All of the sets are available on TPT.