Corn Maze Geography: Teaching Geography Using Corn Mazes
Corn mazes are paths cut or plowed in a field of corn (maize) so that the paths form a pattern when viewed from overhead. The patterns can be famous people, maps, flags, drawings, themes, or an infinite number of others. Unlike tracing through a maze on paper, the human being becomes the "tracer" through the maze. These lessons teach geography through the concept of corn mazes, and are suitable for elementary through secondary level, with some lessons suitable up to university level.
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United States Geological Survey