Getting QRazy with QR Codes!

All about implementing QR codes in the primary classroom

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What is a QR Code?

aka "Quick Response Code" this code is a series of black modules (square dots) arranged in a square pattern with a black background. These codes can be linked to a variety of data types such as audio clips, text, websites, and videos.


In Pre-K, we refer to them as "magic codes" or "secret codes" in the classroom to make things more fun!

What tools do I need in my classroom?

  • A printed or projected QR code
  • Any smart device with a camera which contains a QR code reader (my favorite is I-Nigma)
  • Signed AUPs if you are posting videos or pictures of your students
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It's as easy as 1-2-3!

QR codes are very quick and easy to make! Below are two links that have easy to use QR code generators.


QR Code Generator (good for text, websites, YouTube videos) http://www.qrstuff.com/

Vocaroo (good for audio) http://vocaroo.com/

How can I implement QR codes into my lessons and learning stations?

QR codes are great for independent work in your classroom!

  • Learning Stations
  • Behavior Management (reward coupons)
  • Classroom Library

QRazy good resources!