I LOVE mazes! Frankly I was really surprised that I haven’t actually made any for the kids to try. Today I went with a fall themed maze printable and my 6 year old loved it so much he did those mazes multiple times.
Print off the printable at the bottom of this post and either insert into a dry erase pouch or laminate and use with a dry erase pen. These can also be printed and used with a pencil. I prefer the dry erase because the kids want to do these mazes multiple times!
The easier mazes are at the top of the sheet with the last 2 being more difficult.
My 6 year old really enjoyed these and my 3 year old, well she tried 😉 Coloring in the characters was way more fun for her. By that I mean she blacked them out with the dry erase pen. hehe
I love the logic and thinking process of mazes. I definitely need to make some more! Have an idea for one? Leave me a comment below!
Also check out all the other fall ideas from my bloggy pals!
From left to right:
Halloween Words // The Pleasantest Thing
Fall Leaves In and Out Activity // Still Playing School
Pumpkin Alphabet Puzzles // Modern Preschool
Sunflower Playdough Mats for the Numbers 1-10 // Life Over Cs
Fall Leaves Quiet Book // Teach My Mommy
Pumpkin Count and Clip Cards // Playdough to Plato
Apple Fine Motor Play // Adventures of Adam
Free Fall Themed Mazes // Powerful Mothering
Free Pumpkin Colors Booklet // Stay At Home Educator
Fall Nature I Spy Bottle // Mama. Papa. Bubba.
Fall Alphabet // Preschool Inspirations
Fine Motor Spider // Coffee Cups and Crayons
Pete the Cat Pumpkin // Think Magnet
Fall Interactive Book // Liz’s Early Learning Spot
Free Pumpkin Number Mats // The Kindergarten Connection
Fall Playdough Busy Bag // Frogs Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
Counting with Acorns // Play and Learn Everyday