"Every Hero Has A Story." My Blogging From A to Z theme bridges the summer library reading programs throughout the U.S. with storytelling opportunities, ideas, and activities.
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The volume on my iPad is poor - I apologize. I've included his words in the pdf below.
RESOURCES: Telling Those Stories
Every hero definitely has a story but it's pretty hard to ask them to come in to tell their story like I asked my dad. Here's a fantastic activity for kids to try out using a picture of their hero, creating a QR code (Quick Response) and telling or writing their story. These hero pictures could easily be posted in your library so patrons could use their iphones to scan the QR code to hear the stories or the pictures/QR codes could be published in a local community newspaper and folks at home could scan the QR Code and hear a 3 minute hero story. (https://sites.google.com/site/ipadmultimediatools/creating-a-qr-code-listening-gallery
QR Code Activities on Pinterest
Effective Curriculum Ideas: Literacy and QR Codes
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I love this easy "how to" website called Vocaroo.com. The kids (or you) simply click to record and then following the recording you can click on QR code and have one created of your recording - easy breezy!