Alphabet mazes can be a fun way for children to practice their letters in an engaging way.
This is another free printable for teachers and families from www.freewordwork.com
These 26 free alphabet mazes have been created to be a fun way for your children to practice letters.
This set of no prep worksheets is perfect for your preschool, prekindergarten or kindergarten student.
When working on the ABCs, it is always helpful to have extra pages for practice. If you have a letter of the week in your classroom, you might want a page for each day of the week.
This new set will help you fill another day!
Why mazes are good for children
I’ve created these pages with mazes because they provide benefits to children.
First, they require hand – eye coordination. Children must follow a path and stay within the lines.
The following of the path also helps children work on fine motor skills.
Mazes are also a good problem solving opportunity for children. When completed, they will help build a sense of confidence and accomplishment.
While children look at mazes as play, they are providing many benefits to the children completing them!
These Alphabet Mazes
These worksheets are an engaging way for children to work on their ABCs. I’ve added to the maze outline on each page.
At the bottom of each page children will find three pictures to color. Each word starts with the letter on the page. The exception is the letter z which only has two pictures.
The pages are adorned with decorations for children to color. These will again provide fine motor practice.
You can download these free ABC pages here in a single PDF:
Looking for other alphabet worksheets? Try these:
Thank you to Hidesy’s, Dancing Crayon & Marcelle’s KG Zone for the clip art used in creating these resources.
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