More QR Scavenger Hunts!

5 Dec

photo-28I love using QR code scavenger hunts to introduce new topics to my students!

Whether we’re getting ready to compost, about to start a unit on deforestation, or need a quick overview of topics like  Lewis and Clark, the Dust Bowl, the Trail of Tears, the Gold Rushthe Great Plains, the Bill of Rights, Amazon Rainforest, Inuit or the Mayan, Inca and Aztec Civilizations, QR scavenger hunts are a great way to get students excited and engaged.

Click on the links above for QR code scavenger hunts with Common Core aligned lesson plans on each topic!

Here’s a bundle of QR code scavenger hunt lesson plans!

4 Responses to “More QR Scavenger Hunts!”

  1. Melissa May 3, 2013 at 8:23 AM #

    Would you be willing to post a tutorial on how you do these? I would love to so some next year with my resource room kiddos. Thanks bunches

  2. mburns7 May 12, 2013 at 1:50 PM #

    Check out my new post, this should help -> http://wp.me/p2qsME-kI

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