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Directed Drawing for Kids - How to Draw Corn on the Cob

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 2 pages | Grades: 2 - 5

Use this directed drawing activity with your students to teach them how to draw corn on the cob and enhance classroom listening.

It’s Corn! Directed Drawings for Kids

Are you tired of hearing the newest trend in random social media videos? Are your kids randomly breaking out into song with the “It’s Corn!” remix. Instead of forbidding it, you may as well embrace it and hope that it will fizzle out over time. In the meantime, you can fuel the fire by providing them with one of our directed drawings of, you guessed it….Corn! Teach students how to draw corn on the cob with this directive drawing activity that requires students to listen very, very carefully, so they know what they’re required to draw!

Read the description of how to draw the corn with big ears aloud to your students several times.

Use the picture on the second page to see how close your students came to drawing the picture described.

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