How to access one of my free activities from Google Drive

The print button on google drive

  Every now and then I look at some of the “behind the scenes” parts of this blog and  I notice that the occasional user runs into trouble trying to print one of my activities that I’ve stored on Google Docs. Here’s a quick write up which I hope may help people troubleshoot the download process: […]

QR Codes for practicing the teens: Farm style!

QR Codes for counting the teens.

We’ve still got a few kids working to learn the teen numbers. I came up with one more activity to help them master this skill.  We’re also knee deep in our farm unit, so I added some cute pigs to the activity to make it a little more fun. First they scan the QR code. […]

QR Codes for Sight Words: Attaching audio files

A fun sight word game with QR codes.

One of the first obstacles I encountered as I was thinking about ways to use QR codes with preschoolers was using information that didn’t require reading.  I knew that if I really wanted to have fun with QR codes with my students, I was going to have to find an easy way to attach an […]

Celebrating Teaching Blog Addict’s Second Birthday!

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I’m late to this party, but I still want to celebrate with Teaching Blog Addict as they reach their 2nd birthday. What a milestone! I’ve discovered more than a few great teaching blogs because of them.  They’re hosting an Ultimate Freebie Celebration. There are hundreds of free teaching materials over there this week, and I’m […]

Spring QR Codes for Counting to 20

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We’re still trying to master the teens over here.  As a result, I’ve made a few more QR Code counting activity sheets.  You can click on the image to download the free set of activity sheets. To see all of our other freebies, visit our Technology In Early Childhood Freebie Page. Read this post to […]

St. Patrick’s Day QR Codes for Counting to 20

St. Patrick's Day QR codes for counting

We had so much fun with the QR codes the other day, that I decided to make up another set with a St. Patrick’s day theme. Once you’ve made a set of QR codes, it’s pretty easy to re-use them for different variations on the same activity. You can read my post about the first […]

QR Codes for Counting

Counting with QR codes

I linked up to Manic Monday at Classroom Freebies. Scroll to the bottom of the post to download your own set of QR code activity sheets. Ever since I discovered how teachers in upper elementary grades were using QR codes in their lessons, I was desperate to find a way to make it work in […]