Your students are going to love these 4 gumball themed math stations! Use these stations to give your students practice working with the numbers 1-20 in a variety of ways: before and after numbers by 1, ten frames and addition/subtraction facts to 10. Some stations come in 2 levels to make it easy to match your students’ level of proficiency.
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Your students will love practicing writing the Spanish “a” syllables from dictation with this fun QR code station!
Students scan the QR code, listen to the syllable being said, and write the syllable on their answer recording sheet. When they are done completing all 16 task cards, they may scan the QR code on the answer recording sheet to check their work.
Use this resource as a write the room activity or place the task cards at a center for an instant independent word work station. Turn up the volume on your smart device and watch your students go!
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Give your students a fun way to practice identifying words with the hard and soft C sound. This resource can be used as a write the room activity or as an independent word work station.
The QR code feature embedded in this station will be a hit with your students. The most popular feedback from teachers that have used my Write and Scan stations is:
“My students loved this!”
Be sure to watch me demo how this resource works.
A couple of years ago I create a “How to” video showing how to create audio QR codes. Since then the application I used in that video is no longer available. After several requests from people for help in creating audio QR codes, I have made an updated video.
For this tutorial you will need:
I hope you find this video helpful.
I’ve gotten great feedback on my phonics Write and Scan stations. Students are really enjoying using these stations to strengthen important phonics skills.
Your students too will love practicing identifying words with Long and Short OO using this QR Code Write and Scan activity. Use these task cards to play write the room or place them at a center for students to use as an independent word work station.
Students write the name of each picture card, record their answers on the answer recording sheet, then scan the QR code to check their work.
Watch me demo how this station works.