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FANBOYS (Coordinating Conjunctions) Kinesthetic Maze

FANBOYS (Coordinating Conjunctions) Kinesthetic Maze
FANBOYS (Coordinating Conjunctions) Kinesthetic Maze
FANBOYS (Coordinating Conjunctions) Kinesthetic Maze
FANBOYS (Coordinating Conjunctions) Kinesthetic Maze
FANBOYS (Coordinating Conjunctions) Kinesthetic Maze
FANBOYS (Coordinating Conjunctions) Kinesthetic Maze
FANBOYS (Coordinating Conjunctions) Kinesthetic Maze
FANBOYS (Coordinating Conjunctions) Kinesthetic Maze
Product Description
Kinesthetic Without the Krazy

Are your middle schoolers (or dare I say high schoolers) still writing run-on sentences or committing comma splice errors? Here is a fun, kinesthetic without the krazy Maze to help them understand the FANBOYS (coordinating conjunctions).

I love to let students move around when they learn, but I Do NOT love the loud and off task behavior that can come with kinesthetic learning. So here is a kinesthetic lesson without the "Krazy." (Krazy = the potential for any of the following classroom management problems: opting out, letting others do all the work, loud and/or off task behavior, and having more fun than learning.) There is no krazy in The Maze!

*This product is a zipped folder with PDF documents.

*The product is fully editable so you can change wording (i.e. dependent vs. subordinate clause, class vs. period, etc.).
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What is The Maze you ask? (For a free Maze, please see Independent vs. Dependent Clauses Kinesthetic Maze.)
Directions for how to run a Maze are in the preview of this product.

In short, the students go into numerous “Mazes” throughout the year. Before our first Maze, we read a section of the book The Maze Runner. (However, you can certainly do the Maze without mentioning the book.)

I normally set up The Maze in the hallway, and students have to crack a code by finding clues on papers taped to the wall. Please note: this is NOT a real maze. The Maze is in their imaginations. In reality, they are in a much scarier place: a middle school hallway.

This is only one of the many kinesthetic Maze lessons I’ve created to motivate middle schoolers.

Total Pages
2 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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