Spring Break, Summer, or Holidays got you down? These Brain Games for Kids: Mazes will keep the kids occupied and keep their brains engaged to avoid the slide that comes with holidays!
Brain Games For Kids: Mazes
From books to free printables to science-type instructions, this list of Brain Games For Kids: Mazes is sure to please you and your children!
There are more than 150 mazes in this Brain Games For Kids: Mazes. Tons of fun and hours of entertainment as these mazes challenge your child’s brain by sharpening their critical thinking skills. Get yours for only $8.81! These are great for road trips or just and afternoon of fun!
These Alphabet Letter Mazes from This Reading Mama are perfect for your beginning readers to learn to recognize the abcs no matter what font they are in!
I love these printables from Only Passionate Curiosity – I bet your children will love the Animal Alphabet Mazes, too!
Seriously, how fun is this LEGO Magnet Maze from Science Sparks? My boys love all things engineering and LEGO, so this is a perfect afternoon activity for them!
This Stone Maze from Playtivities is not only fun, but it has a very interesting History fact included in the post.
Raising Our Kids has an entire section devoted to fun Printable Mazes! What is your child interested in? I am sure you will find a maze! Personally, I think the shoe is too cute for words!
Overrun by Hexbugs? Kids tired of the same toys and you have no desire to buy more expensive habitats? This fun Craft Stick Maze from Inspiration Laboratories is sure to solve your dilemma!
Laly Mom has a super simple upcycle using plastic egg containers! This DIY Butterfly Maze is perfect for improving fine motor skills!
This A-MAZE-ING Craft from Work it, Mom is genius! Using old paper towel and toilet paper rolls means this fun activity costs virtually nothing! Go forth and create!
Send the kids outside to follow the shapes to their destination with this fun Shapes Maze from Let’s Lasso the Moon!
Looks like B-Inspired Mama‘s son had a blast with the DIY Geoboard Maze – will your children enjoy it?