QR codes have gone above the simple linking to a website or displaying a word. Teachers all around the world are finding new and innovative ways to integrate these into their everyday teaching. This post outlines two tools that you can create QR codes that talk! I highly recommend you explore these tools and integrate them where you see fit in our classroom! 

Make sure you have a QR code reader on your devices
I would recommend i-Nigma

QR Voice

If you would like to use your real voice, or your students real voice, I would recommend you use Clyp.it. You can grab the links and paste them into a QR code generator like this one I made.

Use these tools to:

Have students create a get to know you listening code.

Create auditory directions for homework

Create directions making your centers independent. Student scan and hear you giving them directions!

Create interactive bulletin boards

Create partner riddles/work

Change your spelling words forever!