Help the bee find it's way through the circular maze to the flower in the middle. A perfect spring or summer activity.
Enjoy our collection of spring mazes with the kids, who can trace the mazes with fingers or pencils to find the correct paths.
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!
The hexagonal shape adds a different twist to a traditional maze. Can children help the chick find the way to the centre of the maze?
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...
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?
Looking for the rainbow after a shower is fun but while they wait for the rain to stop children can amuse themselves finding the way to the rainbow through our maze!
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 first of our spring mazes has a weather theme and asks children to trace a path from the girl to the umbrella.
This spring maze is a fun way to encourage children to pick up a pencil. Can they stay within the lines?
This hexagonal spring maze is a bit of a challenge. Children will need to look closely and keep trying different routes to find the correct path.
What can be more springlike than a singing bird and a nest of eggs. Find the path through the maze that joins the two.