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Teaching Science With Lynda: QR Codes in The Classroom History Classroom, Science Classroom, Teaching Science, Teaching Ideas, Teacher Resources, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching History, Too Cool For School, School Stuff

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 Each child's head works to link to their own site. A digital portfolio of their art! Teaching Technology, Art And Technology, Teaching Tools, Educational Technology, Teaching Ideas, Learning Stations, Coding For Kids, Apps, Blended Learning

Another Take on a Pinterist Idea

I seem to admire so many Pinterest ideas and for over a year now I have been gathering and gathering ideas that make very pretty boards. Thi...

QR- koodejs liikuntaan! Pe Lessons, Preschool, Coding, Teaching, Education, Opi, Digital, Google, Preschools

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Lucky Little Learners: Improve Writing with QR CODES--link to each students writing. Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Grammar Lessons, Teaching Spanish, Writing Ideas, Readers Workshop, Writer Workshop, Writing Complete Sentences

Improve Writing with QR CODES - Lucky Little Learners

Do your students struggle with writing COMPLETE SENTENCES that make sense when read aloud? How about using CAPITAL LETTERS to begin their sentences and PUNCTUATION MARKS to end their sentences? Sometimes I feel like a broken record when it comes to these writing requirements in my classroom! My second graders are required to write a …

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