The website gives you a specific format to enter in questions and answers, and allows you to go back and edit the hunt later if you enter a code. It would be a good idea to save, cut and paste your hunts from Word or Google Docs so that you can keep an editable copy yourself!
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
QR Codes Part 6: QR Code Treasure Hunt Generator
In previous posts, I showed how you can use Kaywa to generate individual QR codes for URLs, images, or text. If you want to create an activity that involves students moving around and scanning many QRs (i.e. a scavenger/treasure hunt) with text questions, prompts or stimuli, ClassTools.net's QR Code Treasure Hunt Generator is a good resource to do this quickly. You can use the website to enter in text questions and answers, and it instantly gives you many QRs to print: