Mazes help fine motor control. Mazes require your students to control their pencils through the maze without hitting the black lines. This means that they must take their time rather than rushing, in order to have greater success. Progress can be observed as your students bump into the black lines less and less as they gain greater control of their writing utensils. Students use fine motor control in order to produce correct letter formation and legible handwriting.
Mazes are great for problem solving: Mazes help your students to work on their executive functioning skills, such as planning and brainstorming various strategies (e.g. starting from the beginning of the maze or working backwards from the end of maze).
Included in this pack are templates for your students to extend themselves by creating and sharing their own mazes with each other. This is one of my classes favorite things to do.
This Pack contains 20 A4 sized mazes and their solutions
10 x normal rectangular mazes
5 x circular mazes
5 x hexagonal maze
1 x Bonus square maze template
1 x Bonus hexagonal maze template
Enjoy I know my class love them