Last year, I posted a few sets of QR codes for the holidays, and I would like to offer them to you again. For each of these, the user will need to have a device with a QR code reader app. There are plenty out there that are offered for free. For the purposes of testing these QR codes this year, I used the “Scan” app on my iPad. If you are interested in making your own QR sets, Kaywa is one of the free sites I like to use. QR Hacker allows you to “dress up” (though they use a different term!) your QR codes with colors and background images.
Here are some QR codes that you can use as a countdown calendar for Random Acts of Kindness. These can be used any time of year, but might be nice around the holidays:
Here are 6 QR codes that are good classroom coupons. The first one is just black and white, and could be used any time of the year. The holiday option is in color (red and green), and has Christmas icons. These are fun to put in a class treasure box, or to give out to the kids in holiday cards:
If you are a parent, you might be interested in these QR codes for home:
This is not holiday related, but you can also download this QR code tic-tac-toe reflection for the end of the year or unit here. And, if you are really interested in QR codes, you might want to take a look at my post on an interactive bulletin board that I did last year.
Next week, I will be kicking it up a notch with some Aurasma holiday activities!