Did you know that bats have their own method of navigation, called echolocation? This bat still needs a bit of extra help from the kids to get out of the maze.
We've got all sorts of mazes here -some easy and some challenging - but all of them are fun and quick to print and have animals as their theme.
Help the bee find it's way through the circular maze to the flower in the middle. A perfect spring or summer activity.
This lovely cat-themed maze gives children a chance to try out their maze skills and practise pencil control too.
Mazes are a great way to practise pencil control and children are sure to enjoy helping the caterpillar through the maze to become a beautiful butterfly!
This triangular maze is something unusual. Help the hungry caterpillar through the maze to munch on the leaf!
Can the children help this cute dog find his bone? This is one of our more challenging mazes, and we've included the solution if you need it.
Here's a simple duck maze for younger children, who can trace the route from the mummy duck to her ducklings with their fingers or a pencil. Laminate if you might want to do the maze again...
Don't you just love this elephant scramble puzzle? Ask your children to guess which elephant is going to eat the apple, then trace over their trunks to see if they were right!
Here's a lovely little fox, but he's stuck inside the maze! Can the children help him find his way out?
The frog wants to find the tadpole but needs a path through the maze. Can your child find one, being careful not to cross any lines?
Can the children find a way through the maze so that the goldfish can get back into its bowl where it belongs?
Test logic, problem solving and pencil control skills by drawing a path through this maze to help the cute guinea pigs find each other.
It's fine to let hamsters out of their cage for a while, as long as you keep an eye on them and don't let them run off! Can the kids find a path through the maze so that the hamster can return to his cage?
This simple hedgehog maze is ideal for younger children. Can they help the hedgehog find his way out?
These two little insect friends want to meet up, but first they have to find a route through this very tricky maze. Can you help them?
This is a charmingly illustrated maze featuring a fluffy kitten and mouse. Mazes are great for concentration and increasing fine motor skills. You can trace with your finger or use a pen.
Can you help the lost horse find his way back to the barn? There are many different routes he can take, but only one will get him all the way there...
This delightful octopus is holding a bottle with a message in it, and an anchor. Ask the kids to guess which arm holds which, and then trace the arms to see if they were right...
This has to be one of our cutest mazes! Can you help the panda through the maze to find his friends?
This poor little piglet is lost! Can the children help his mother find him through the maze? This is one of our medium difficulty mazes.
This is the trickiest of our pig mazes! Can you help the mummy pig reach her piglet through the maze?
Can you help the puppy find his kennel through the maze? This is great for little children who love animals. You can colour it in when you've finished too.
We have three levels of this fun maze. Kids need to find the greedy rabbit find his way through the maze to the carrot patch!
Fun for spring, Easter or a farm animal theme, practise pencil control by drawing a line through the maze to help the lamb find her mum.
Practise pencil control while having fun by tracing a path through our snail maze to help the snail find the leaf.
The tortoise goes so slow that he might take some time to get out of the maze. You could help by finding the shortest route!