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Using QR codes to help students explore idioms... this free resource is great for working with literal and non-literal language!


Robert Munsch iPad/iPod Listening Center~Students scan the QR Code and have a story read to them! Pigs!, 50 Below Zero, Stephanie's Ponytail to name a few silly stories by Robert Munsch.


Make a QR code to post outside room for open house night. Parents can scan and get your teacher contact info! Whoa... So fancy!


Use this freebie to get students excited about animal habitats. Use as a whole group, small group, or independent research activity.This correlates with Common Core informational writing standards.Includes Fun Fact Cards - 1 with facts and 1 with facts and a QR code that links to kid-friendly websites about animals. *You will need a device that allows you to download a QR scanner (free) in order to use the interactive QR code fact cards.

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QR CODES MEGA BUNDLE for 248 Stories in your Listening Stations: ALL YEAR

*SAVE BIG when purchasing this Mega Bundle!!!QR Codes are easy and so much fun! Kids LOVE them!!! These are also great for students with special needs!**Click here to check out these QR Codes in action.What are QR Codes? They are like barcodes. They can be scanned with an iPod, iPad, a smart phone, scanner for your computer, or tablet.