Letter G Maze Worksheet
Letter G Maze Worksheet.. These super cute printable mazes for preschoolers are a fun way for kids to improve fine motor skills while working on letters too. There are letter mazes for each letter A to Z. Use these printable mazes for 4 year olds as part of a letter of the week program or when your child is looking for a little extra seat work. Use these printable mazes for 5 year olds with toddler, preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten age children. Simply print pdf file with alphabet maze worksheet and crayons or markers to work on learning ABCs while having fun.
Helping kids practicing learning their ABCs is an important early literacy skill for preschoolers, kindergartners, and grade 1 students. Kids typically begin by learning the alphabet song, pointing out letters around them, learning that their names are made of letters, and learning to trace letters soo. These alphabet mazes are a great free alphabet worksheet to continue working on these essential skills.
Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler you will love these abc maze printables to help kids practice alphabetical order. THey will zoom around outer space going through the maze from A-Z, take the fish from the bowl to aquarium, help the farmer get the animasl on the farm in the barn, help the girl get her school lunch, or head camping in the great outdoors.
Alphabet Maze Printable
As a kid connect the maze worksheets just seemed like fun. You had a challenge of getting the tiger to the forest and being able to solve the puzzle was thrilling. But now that I look at them through mom and teacher’s eyes, I see several educational benefits.
To print, click the download link below. This will open the file in PDF format.
Click to download PDF file; Free Printable Letter G Maze Worksheet.
- Pre-Writing: Drawing those lines from number to number requires the same motor skills and accuracy as writing words and letters
- Fine Motor Skills: Holding a pencil or a crayon to draw the lines is HARD WORK for our littles. So giving them fun opportunities to practice is key.
- Problem Solving: Each time you take a turn you run the risk of hitting a dead end. Kids have to keep working even when they hit a dead end to find the solution
We like to make these alphabet maze worksheets re-usable by slipping the alphabet puzzle in a page protector or laminating the free alphabet worksheet and using a dry erase marker to complete. Then just wipe clean with a paper towel and you can do it again! This is particularly helpful for teachers using in a classroom setting or homeschoolers using for lots of extra practice!