QR code handout

I introduced QR codes to my class the very first day of school – showing them our class website.  They were all so interested and I can’t wait to use them in more ways this year.

Many of my students were concerned and wondering what app you could use and how they could show their parents.  I whipped up this quick 1/2 page letter to let parents know what to do with a QR code since I have a couple on our newsletter and plan to use them in projects this year!

On my copy I put a QR code for our website just so parents can try it specifically on this page.  I attached this to our first newsletter in case parents want to try it out right away.

Hopefully this will be helpful in your classroom and help integrate technology even with parents!


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