**NEW** Editing & Revising Task Cards with QR Codes

Just a quick post to let you know that I have uploaded a brand new set of editing and revising task cards with QR codes to my TpT store.  There is a one-page story with 17 questions.  All questions have self-checking QR codes.QR codesIf you teach writing and grammar, these are AWESOME!  I have used them with my students, and they told me that they are “way more fun than doing a worksheet.”  Funny that it’s the EXACT SAME THING…just with iPads and cards!  Haha.  :) QR codes answer sheetYou can check them out here, or just click on my TpT button to visit my store.

**The first 3 people to leave a comment about how you would use these in your classroom will receive them for free!




  1. LOVE this idea! This is such a great way to “spruce up” editing. These will be such a hit in a workstation (with iTouches to check)…and especially useful with state testing quickly approaching!

  2. Amy Dunnaway says:

    I would use these in small groups with my iPads! Love!!

  3. Katie Pick says:

    I use them as centers during free time. Each child is assigned task cards based on their personal needs! Works great!

  4. Nikki Carel says:

    I would use them in corner time as independent practice with iPads! What a great resource!!!! Would love to have them for free! nikkicteacherplus3@gmail.com

  5. We can use all the practice we can get with improving writing! Seeing good choices is easier to start with than trying to write your own!

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  6. Bev Wunderlin says:

    I was just looking at these on TPT! They look like fun, but would be great for my students to practice with!! :)

  7. Lynn Gilbertson says:

    Is this the post you are looking for???

    • Kayla Shook says:

      :( Nope. I had a 6 page document that had revising and editing rules on it that isn’t working for some reason. The original is on my Writer’s Workshop page at the top of my blog. It has the link, but for some reason it isn’t working. It shows that it is saved to my media files, but when I try to open it…it’s blank. *sigh*

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