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Perimeter and Area QR Task Cards

### MEASUREMENT/ AREA & PERIMETER-Area and Perimeter Task Cards

Use cards as task cards for early finishers, scoot them from one student to another, or use as a quiz. Students will multiply to find area, add to find the perimeter, or the sum of 2 areas or perimeters, subtract to find the difference between 2 areas or perimeters, and add and subtract to find missing sides in a given shape. Students can check their own answers using the QR codes! A great review of Area and Perimeter!

### BACK to SCHOOL Activity Bundle for Kindergarten, 1st, or 2nd Grades

Awesome BACK to SCHOOL Activity Pack for Kindergarten, 1st, or 2nd Grades K-2nd \$ QR Queens (65 PAGES)

### Area and Perimeter Interactive Activities

Area and Perimeter This package includes 6 interactive activities that use QR codes to access the necessary internet material.

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### October Math Stations, a freebie, and TONS of deals!

October math activities for first grade. These learning activities are fun, hands-on, full of manipulatives, and very engaging. They can be used for math centers or small group instruction. Word problems, geometry, number sense, number order, QR codes and more!

\$3. These 24 task cards are a great way to review 2-digit addition & subtraction with/without regrouping with your students! They feature a fun zombie theme that makes them perfect for Halloween time, but actually they can be used at any time during the year. Let's face it...kids love zombies year-round! :) 16 cards feature math equations, and 8 cards feature word problems. Students record answers on an answer sheet, and check them using the QR code on each card.

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Use cards as task cards for early finishers, scoot them from one student to another, or use as a quiz. Students will multiply to find volume, add to find the sum of 2 volumes, subtract to find the difference between 2 volumes, and divide to find missing sides in a given shape. Students can check their own answers using the QR codes! What a great way to review Volume of a prism!

### Let's Tour the School! Scavenger Hunt: A Back to School Activity w/ QR Codes

Familiarize your students with important people and places in your school with our fun, interactive Let’s Tour the School Scavenger Hunt! In this back to school activity, you and your students will read riddles and scan QR codes on the back of each card to discover the next person/place you will visit in the school. Introduce them to the school principal, secretary, nurse, counselor, and custodian and visit places like the cafeteria, gym, library, parent-pick-up, and bus-loading area. \$3

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