I recently created QR code Alphabet bracelets as a resource to send home with my students while we are studying the alphabet.
The QR Code videos link to StoryBots and HaveFunTeaching videos, which are very popular videos among my students. These bracelets are a great resource for ELL students, students needing more practice with a certain letter or just as a little review of each letter to send home with students as you teach the alphabet.
They are super easy prep for teachers too! Each page has 8 bracelets on it so all you have to do is print a few pages for your entire class and you have a valuable resource to send home!
I copied my QR Code bracelets on bright and colorful card stock.I then cut them and we were all ready to go!
This would be a great resource to give to students at end of the day during clean up time! If you want, students can trace the letters and color the pictures. While they are doing this, you can quickly ask the students one more time to identify the letter and sound (great last minute check for understanding) and then tape it to their wrist!
I also have included a letter for parents, explaining the bracelets and QR Codes.
You will also find other suggestion for parents to help their child learn the alphabet (you can also grab this "Some other ways to practice the alphabet at home" as a free download in the sample pack)
You can grab the sample here: QR Code Alphabet Bracelets Sample
You can find the entire resource in my TPT store here: QR Code Alphabet Bracelets
I hope that you enjoyed this resource! What are some ways that you extend learning at home?