Thursday, November 19, 2015

QR Code A-Z Handwriting

I work with primary ESOL students who are just learning the alphabet. This QR Code A-Z Handwriting activity gives them practice with identifying the letters and their sounds. It also allows them to hear the letters, their sounds, and the picture associated with each letter. Finally, dotted letters beneath the QR code lets students practice writing the letters. 

My students love the interaction that this product provides. Reading, speaking, listening, and writing are all the modalities being employed, which are essential for acquiring new language skills at the primary level. 

Please note: You will need a QR Reader app to have full functionality of this product. You can get your QR Code reader from your Apple or Android app store for FREE. Download the app to your phone or tablet and open the app once it's downloaded. Students now just aim the handheld device at the QR code, click on the web link that pops up, and then touch the arrow to hear the audio recording of the letter, sound, and the name of the corresponding picture of each letter. Afterwards, students can practice writing the letters. 

I hope you like this fun product. You can get it at my store by clicking on the picture above. 

How do you use QR codes in your classroom?

You might also like my newest QR Code product:
Alphabet QR Codes



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