### Holiday QR Code Printables Sample FREEBIE and Resource

Hey, ya'll! I'm really excited to share about my latest upper elementary QR code resource made especially with the busy teacher in mind. I've had several people ask for QR code worksheets, so I decided to create a worksheet pack and a math center that is very easy to put together. I've created a sample freebie for you to try it out and decide what you think!

I know worksheets have a bad rap, but with QR codes and a little fun, I think I've created a resource that will still provide maximum engagement for your kiddos.

One reason I have been hesitant about creating QR code worksheets is the difficulty of scanning QR codes when they are close to each other. To remedy that, I've created QR code blockers that will help kids easily scan they code they are trying to scan.

On most of the 16 worksheets included there is a fun writing prompt for your early finishers to work on. I've included writing paper that accompanies the worksheets to use if you wish with these prompts.

I love the roll and cover types of math games that are so easy to put together and are easy for students to play and practice skills. I tried and tried to think of a way to incorporate self-checking QR codes in a similar, simple game format, and I ended up coming up with a Tic-Tac-Toe version that I think will be easy to play yet mathematically engaging.

This elf mat involving prime numbers is actually included in the sample freebie. There are six mats included in the complete resource.

Each worksheet/game is common core aligned and reviews the 4th grade domains of Operations and Algebraic Thinking and Numbers And Operations In Base Ten.

Skills covered are:
Long Division with remainders
Long Division without remainders
Multiplication 1-digit times various digits
Multiplication 2-digits times 2-digits
Addition and Subtraction of up to 4 digits
Extended Facts
Missing Factors
Rounding
Estimation
Mental Math
Number Patterns
Representing Numbers
Multiples
Factors
Prime and Composite Numbers

So if you get a chance, please try out the freebie and let me know what you think. If you're interested in the complete resource, just click here or on the image below. Happy QR Coding!!