Yes, you know me, or if you don’t, I will always find a way to insert QR codes into a school project. This year, I have been taking pictures of my students with my iPhone and creating Animoto slide shows that are SO easy (the only catch – if you want more than 12 photos, you have to pay $4.95 a month). I actually didn’t pay the premium fee until April and May, so if you want, just wait unil the end of the year and pay for one month’s fee. You have to manually renew your membership, so no worries about forgetting to cancel. However, it’s super fun to go on a field trip or do a special project and then share a slide show the very next day that took you about 3 minutes to put together.
So, here are the steps to getting your slideshows throughout the year onto one page that will open by scanning a QR code.
1) Using PowerPoint or some sort of design program, type out the names of the videos. Here’s mine: