Mazes are more engaging for practice than a plain old worksheet or assignment from the text book.
This file includes 3 versions of the same worksheet.
Start in top left corner and choose the correct answers to determine the path. The maze ends where a box has no correct answer choice.
Students can use a colored pencil to shade the path, or a marker to outline the path.
I’ve created several mazes that I use this in a remediation class where I return work until it is completely correct. Students start by shading with yellow, if I return it, they shade with a darker color, if I return it again they outline with a marker.
I like for my students to figure out where the maze ends. Some teachers might like to mark the ending space before making copies.
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