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Great for phonics or numicon - basically any topic where you want to put a clue on the outside and answer inside. Could even put different textures/colours or smells inside to discover in a sensory area.

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How to Make a QR Code

Have you ever wondered how TPT authors make those QR codes on their products? This teacher has put together a tutorial that is super easy to follow so you can start making your own QR codes!

QR Codes are a fantastic tool to use in the classroom. QR Codes are abbreviated from Quick Response Code. They are a 2D barcode that can have a website, text, video, email address, voice thread and...

Entrance display to promote British values within our school community through "typically British" images, child friendly principles and qr code linking to our school policy.