Sunday, May 1, 2011

Mystery Math QR Code Scan 2

The QR code scanning was a big hit last week!  With only one iPod Touch that has a camera, it took us the whole week to finish this center....but the kids really got the hang of the scans and loved recording and solving the problems.  I was also able to review how to use addition to help with subtraction!

Danica Elder at "First Grade Frogs"created a QR code for math shapes that's really cool!

I still like using one code sheet because I only have one iPod...however, I created a recording sheet this time...instead of just using their spiral notebook.

Here's a sheet that might be better if you have an iPod cart and want to use it with more than one student!



  1. Oh my goodness, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you for posting this on your blog. This is the coolest thing. I tried it today and I can't wait to do this with my kids. I made their names and I'm going to put them around the room and they have to find their own. Oh my goodness I have soooooo may idea's for this.. Did I say thank you!!!!

  2. Super cool idea! Never thought of using the codes that way. Unfortunately I can't bring in an iPod to use as our county has a "no outside technology" policy but it's still a neat idea.

  3. Ok, I'm now obsessed with these codes and I'm gonna find a way to get a couple of iPods in my class! Thank you for sharing!

    Rowdy in First Grade