FREE!! Download and print a sheet of QR codes for your classroom listening library! Students simply scan the codes with any QR App to watch books read aloud. All QR codes are links to YouTube videos via the website SafeShare.TV. The site enables your students to not see any adds on the sides of the video. Use these QR codes during a variety of times in your day including Daily Five, Language Arts lessons and free time for students!
Using AudioBoom in the Classroom to Improve Reading Fluency | EdSurge News Allows individuals to record up to 10 minutes of audio. Recordings can be shared in several way, including a QR code. QR codes can be printed (for example, on worksheets). Record yourself reading worksheet directions or class handouts to assist students with disabilities. Assistive technology.
Audioboo - an app that allows you to record voice and gives a link. Idea: have students draw a picture of a poem. Then record their voice reading the poem with audioboo. Turn the link of their voice into a QR code and post on the poem drawing. Visitors to classroom can scan the code and hear the poem while looking at the bulletin board.
Our classroom "Read Box"- We created digital reports in the Educreations app then converted the reports to a QR code. Students can scan the code and watch the book review. Interactive, creative, engaging! www.lynchwps.blogspot.com
Listening Center with a twist! This is a Fall themed iPad with 9 stories that can be enjoyed by scanning a QR Code! So fun! Check out all the iPad Listening Centers in my store~including authors Kevin Henkes, Dr. Seuss, Mo Willems, etc. #QRCodes #ListeningCenter #FallStories