Corn Maze Visual Perceptual Skills Activity

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Students can practice visual perceptual and tracing skills by moving a scarecrow through a corn maze or tracing the maze path with the Jamboard drawing tools. The Corn Maze Jamboard for Visual Perceptual Skills Practice also works very well as a reinforcement activity for students working on speech and language goals. Do you need a low ink printable version of the corn mazes to send home with your students? E-Therapy has you covered! The Corn Maze Visual Perceptual Practice Printable is available below! Get your free copy HERE!

Corn Maze Visual Perceptual Skills Printable

Having a printable version of an activity used during a therapeutic session is incredibly helpful. Printables are excellent for supporting home practice of educational goals. Make a copy of this Google Slide file and download it as a PDF for easy printing! Get your free copy HERE!

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