I would like to apologize to anyone who has recently downloaded these QR codes. Apparently, tagmydoc only keeps your files for 14 days, unbeknownst to me, if you are using its free service. So, these QR codes will not work. I have posted a new batch at this link: QR Code Classroom Coupons (Revised)
Yesterday, I posted a couple of documents with QR codes, which lead to ideas for Random Acts of Kindness. These codes could be used as a Christmas countdown, Winter Break countdown, or a way to count the days to any other type of celebration. Today, I am posting QR codes to Classroom Coupons. These coupons do not have to be used in any particular order, and there may be some you don’t wish to use at all. Again, they could be used for the above purposes. Or, you could cut them apart and put them on cards in a classroom Treasure Chest, or distribute them as student gifts before the Winter Break. Another way to use them would be to print out the pages to post on a wall, and cross out each code as it gets used. Tomorrow’s codes will be for parents to use at home!
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Hi. I’m Guillaume and I work at TagMyDoc. I just came across your article and I would like to make a slight precision. There are two ways to use TagMyDoc for free. First, you can try it directly on the home page without creating an account. But, as mentioned in the article, your documents will expire in 14 days. However, you can create a free account. Signing up for an account removes any expirations on your documents. The tag will always be available to your account.
That is great to hear! Thank you for clarifying that!
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