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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!

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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.

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

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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.

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