Alphabet Mazes

I have seen these before {years ago when teaching} and was recently reminded of this activity when I saw this adorable Letter A maze on one of my new favorite sites www.Education.com.  This version had a few too many letters for Ladybug and since she was my target student I got to work.  I actually started the entire process creating just PowerPoint shows, which I am still working on.  I then decided to make a printable set also.  These are taking me awhile, so I don’t have the entire set done and I don’t know when I will.  There is a PowerPoint set in the works too, which will be available to members when it is complete.

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I have completed all of the mazes, you can download them individually for FREE here!

There is also a bundled set available in my Teacher’s Notebook Shop, if you want them all in one download.

Here’s a few photos to show you a few various ways you could use them…

Use a cookie sheet and pom pom magnets…IMG_6655

Use the Crayola Dry Erase Center along with thin Expo markers, or a sheet protector.  Have an older child write the actual letters…IMG_6659

Draw a line…IMG_6660

A younger child could simply color on each of the letters…IMG_6663

If you don’t plan to reuse the same sheet, print in fast draft and use dot paint or tiny stickers…IMG_6665