I'm also linking up with Erin from I'm Lovin Lit for Thursday Throw Down.
Finally I'm linking with Tracey at The Teacher's Chair for her School Week Linky.
How I love thee
Let me count the ways:
1. They are easy to create. If you aren't sure how to make them you can read more about it in my post here.
2. They can be used in centers. Students are able to work quietly and check their own work. This is key when I am working with a small group of students. They are able to stay occupied without needing me.
3. They can be hung around the room and used as another tool to help get kiddos out of their seats and learning. My students will happily complete 24 QR code problems without complaint when I hang them around the room. If I gave them the same 24 problems on a worksheet for them to do at their seat, I'd never hear the end of it!
5. If you don't have time to make them, there are tons of great products on TPT. Some of my favorites TPT stores to pick up QR codes from are: Kristin Kennedy's TPT store and Flapjack Educational Resources.
If you haven't used QR codes in the past I'd encourage you to try them out. I have a few free products that you can download in my TPT store. I just updated my multiplication and division properties QR codes. You can grab them for free here.
One final reminder to enter my Giveaway. Another prize was just added to the prize list. Vincent Mastro author of Aesop's 1st Book of Childhood Adventures is donating one of his books to my giveaway. Winner will be announced Friday!