Stunning games using IT and physical activity to improve learning across the curriculum

50+ interactive QR code games using mobile technology to stimulate learning in English and science

 

 

All you need is a tablet with a QR code scanner app (free from your app store) and wi-fi!

Every game includes:

- A set of downloadable QR code bases

- Unique and engaging games on a closed website so no danger of pupils straying where they shouldn't!

- Differentiated and inclusive worksheets linked to National Curriculum learning outcomes

- Teacher answer sheets

Have a play now with two FREE games!

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Key Stage 1

- NEW: Suffixes

- NEW: Adjectives

- Descriptions- Landscapes
- Final letter sounds

- Letters

- Forming sentences

- Common phonemes

- First letter sounds

- Onomatopoeia

- Full stops & capital letters

- Descriptions

- 'Sh' and 'ch'

- Instructions

- CVC words

- Rhyming words

Key Stage 2

- NEW: Explanation texts

- Apostrophes

- Comprehensions

- Prepositions

- Descriptions

- Spelling exceptions

- Non-chronological reports

- Sentence structure

- Word types

- Synonyms

science

Key Stage 1

- NEW: Parts of a plant

- Seasons

- Properties of materials

- Soft materials

- Flexible materials

- Hard materials

- British trees

- Food chains

- Reptiles and amphibians

- Mini- beasts

Key Stage 2

- NEW: Water cycle

- NEW: Rocks
- Decomposers

- Bones

- Organs

- Herbivores

- Omnivores

- Consumers

- Carnivores

- Planets

- Forces

- Shadows

- Sounds

english

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

K. MCGUIRE, YEAR 6 TEACHER

LONDON

Immediately they were engaged. Their engagement and attention was held throughout the lesson which was an improvement from our usual paper-based comprehension lessons. The children were asking if they could PLEASE finish the activity in our next English lesson.

M. EADES, YEAR 3 TEACHER

TEXAS
 

My students thought the ‘magic’ of the link popping up was THE COOLEST. This was the HIGHLIGHT of my lesson. They were so excited to get up and move around. The format is exciting for the students, independent learning is always so fun for this age!

E. COLALUCA, YEAR 5 TEACHER
YORKSHIRE

Seamless learning.  The children were all actively engaged in learning and the resource itself has endless possibilities for application to the curriculum.  It's a great resource and targets so many areas that we are trying to focus on ourselves - such as active learning. 

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