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I love this time of the year, especially because I enjoy my favorite things to do in the fall which includes going to a farm festival and getting lost in a corn maze!
**************This lesson was created to address auditory processing, sentence repetition, comprehension of sentence structure and following directions skills while having fun!!
The students are required to listen to directions containing directional concepts, including north, south, east, west, diagonally, etc. to complete boxes in a corn maze!
There are 20 items in the activity that the students need to complete to fill in their corn maze. In order to do such, students must determine out of a choice of nine pictures, specific syntactic or morophologic forms to find the correct pictured child. Then, the students are read a sentence that the pictured child said to develop sentence repetition skills and finally, the student must complete directions in the activity that contain a variety of linguistic concepts. Once they have filled up the entire board and completed the ‘corn maze’, they can enter the ‘harvest’!
******** Helpful hint – For this activity, since the corn maze is two pages, I usually glue or tape down both pages into a file folder. In addition, I only give the students 9 pieces to choose from at a time! I usually pair this activity with a book and spread it out over two sessions.
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