Free printable for Brain Breaks - roll a die for each column and perform the brain break. Encourages using both sides of the body, physical movement and alerting activities. Great for in school for quick movement breaks or indoor recess.
A fun activity to do for Book Week – A scavenger hunt in the library using QR codes! This activity is designed to integrate technology and help students become more familiar with the areas of the library such as Fiction, Non Fiction, Senior Picture Fiction and Easy Fiction.
This file has more than 100 QR codes with pictures of the book covers that link to youtube read alouds/alongs. They are sorted by month, author, and extras. Attach them to the covers of your books or place a few in a pocket chart for kids to access.
Just add i-pods or i-pads and your students are ready to hear five stories. Instructions are included. Laminate this page, and put it in your listening center. Watch how fast your children are engaged! The Instant Listening Center for December features six stories.
Instant Listening Center - Eric Carle Author Study - QR Codes from Smart Teaching on TeachersNotebook.com (2 pages) - This instant listening center is ready for your students. They simply scan the codes with an i-pod, i-pad, or tablet. The stories will be read to them. This author study also features an interview of Eric Carle talking about the making of his books. Kids
QR codes for 25 of Eric Carle's beloved books! 2 ways to print - using either mailing labels or create a ring of QR codes by laminating and placing on a binder ring. Can be used with any QR reader app. My students LOVE audio book QR codes!