Mazes for Kids

Mazes are a fun way to practice fine motor skills or gross motor skills if the mazes are on a large scale! You can also incorporate playful learning into mazes! Below are many examples of how to create fun mazes and help your kids learn!

A big chalk maze to make for preschoolers

A Big Chalk Maze for Preschoolers

After checking out a life-size maze, we had to make a big chalk maze to drive through at home! Its easier to make than you might think too!

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1, 2, 3 Counting Maze for Preschoolers

A counting maze doesn’t need to be done with paper and pencil. Make it big and have the kids walk through a counting maze to learn their numbers!

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Number Maze for Kids Learning to Count

Make a number maze for kids learning their numbers to count and follow their way through the maze. Extend the numbers just further than they know!

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Giant Spider Web Maze for Kids

Of course, a large spider web maze for the kids was in store… we just had to! You know how much I love mazes… and spider webs seems to be the theme in our house this Halloween.Plus, I found a super easy way for clean up with Clorox Disinfecting Wipes [who's sponsoring this conversation], so […]

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Lowercase Letters String Scavenger Hunt for Kids

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