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)

Vocaroo (good for audio)

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!