This circular maze inside a Christmas decoration – one of a set of four – is actually quite tricky. It might be a fun idea to laminate it and use a dry wipe pen to find the route to the candy cane.
Our printable Christmas mazes are a great way of keeping the kids busy for a moment or two during the excitement of the festive season! We've got something for all ages below.
Here is our second Christmas decoration maze. This one has a gingerbread man at the centre. Can the kids find the correct route? There is a printable solution if you get stuck!
Here is our third Christmas decoration maze, and just to warn you, these are all quite tricky! You have to find the route from the red arrow to the bell in the centre…
Maze 4 of our Christmas decoration mazes has a little bunch of holly at the finish. We've also prepared a solution in case you get stuck.
Which present belongs to which child? Children can trace with their fingers along the lines to find out - or use a pencil or crayon. Good practice for early writing.
In what order should you be placing the ornaments on the Christmas tree? Kids can have a guess first, then trace the lines with their fingers or a pencil to see if they were right.
Can you help our Christmas mouse climb the tree to reach the star? This is the trickiest of four version of this maze...
Our Christmas tree mazes get more difficult! Can the little mouse find his way to the top of the Christmas tree?
Can you help Father Christmas find his way through the maze to the Christmas tree? He passes lots of nice presents on the way!
There is a Christmas present waiting - but who is it for? Find out if it belongs to Santa, the elf or the snowman!
This isn't exactly a Christmas maze, but we thought it might keep younger siblings amused while older brothers and sisters puzzled out the other mazes at Activity Village!