Summer learning is so important to avoid the big slide. I have lots of fun resources to make it easier and more fun. Summer-themed activities are usually the most meaningful but I’ve got lots of other fun themes, too.
Today, I have a Summer Donuts Number Maze for you. I’ve never seen a maze like this anywhere but N absolutely loved it and recommends it to anyone 🙂
(N was 3 years and 1 month old.)
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Materials for Summer Donuts Number Maze
- Free PDF file (see below).
- 1 sheet of paper.
- Pencil, pen, crayon, dry-erase marker, or similar.
What’s in the printable PDF file?
The free pdf file includes 2 pages:
- One page with a simple maze with numbers from 1 through 10 scattered in it. The instructions on the page first ask students to help Danny the donut visit his friend Dara at the beach.
Once the path through the maze is complete, the second part of the instructions comes into play: To write down the numbers that are on the path between the two donut friends.
- The second page is an answer key that shows the path through the maze as well as the numbers that are on the path.
This is a fun and simple, no-prep printable to practice fine motor skills, visual tracking, hand-eye coordination, problem-solving, number recognition, handwriting numbers, and more in the classroom, after school, at home, or anywhere else.
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