|Multi-colored QR Codes|
First, I created eight sets of QR codes using QRStuff.com so I could make them in different colors. Each QR Code was encrypted with a riddle that would lead the students to another teacher or faculty member at the school. After I created the QR Codes, I printed out enough of each one for my students and visited each staff member to give them a copy of the QR code and the activity they would give my student. It was important that I gave the other teachers a copy of the QR Code that would lead the students to them so they could make sure it was the correct color. If a student arrived with a QR Code with a different color, the teacher would send them on their way because they solved the riddle wrong. (It did happen a few times.)
I started the hunt out by giving my students the following sheet. It explained what they would be doing, gave them a hint as to what the activities were and finally a place to put the QR Codes after they had solved each riddle. This also helped me because when a student completed an activity, they would bring it up to me, I would QUICKLY check it and if all was done to my expectations, I would give them a new QR Code. I could easily scan what QR Codes they had already been given because they were all in different colors.
- Valentine Mystery Word Search
- Hink Pink - Valentine's Day Themed
- Valentine's Day Tangram
- Valentine's Day Wordplay Activities
- Valentine's Day Multiplication Math with QR Codes (this one is my own creation) :-)
- Valentine's Day Wordsearch
- Valentine's Day Acrostic Poem
- Valentine's Day Budget Activity
What did you do for Valentine's Day? Have you ever done a hunt like this before with your kids?
Check out more QR Code activities here - my collection of Task Cards.