There's no doubt abou t it: knowing how to code translates to job opportunities. But you don't need an advanced degree to make this happen. Instead, learn how to code for FREE with these 8 essential resources. This is a great summer project for kids!
World-famous Harvard University currently offers 42 of its classes for free online. Many of these classes on edX, like Introduction to Computer Science, are self-guided and ready to start anytime you’re are. Others, like AnatomyX, run on a fixed schedule.
Use this FREE DIY printable decoder wheel to send & receive secret messages without anyone being the wiser. A great resource for teachers and homeschoolers for spelling practice, math, writing activities, word work, etc.
FREE CVC QR Codes by Aylin Claahsen - QR codes are a great way to get your students engaged in a lesson! In this literacy center, students will be looking at a picture, saying the CVC word, making the CVC word with letter tiles (or writing it) and then scanning the QR code to check their answer.
Have you tried QR code scavenger hunts? Read more about how they can help your students accomplish routine practice in a fun way and grab a free QR code scavenger hunt for working on multiplication facts.