Maze Games for Kids (free printable)

These fun maze games are a great way to build fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Young kids can strengthen their cognitive skills and problem solving skills as they cross the finish line and solve each simple maze game. Plus, they are lots of fun!

Preschool Preschool Maze

The free printable mazes come in two difficulty levels, five easy mazes and five medium mazes. Start with the easy mazes to build your child’s confidence with this fun activity. Then, tackle the medium difficulty mazes. These mazes are a great activity to take on long flights with kids.

Printable Preschool Maze

What a fun way to practice correct pencil grasp and writing lines as they find the right path to the end of the maze. Children are moving top to bottom and left to right on the page in this fun activity.

Free Space Maze for Kids


Laminate the mazes or put them in a sheet protector. Use a dry erase marker on the mazes so that it can be erased if a mistake is made or erased for a friend to take a turn.

For beginners, have children do the maze with their finger first and then do it again with a pencil or crayon.

Add a maze to a vertical surface such as an easel or refrigerator. It is beneficial for young children to work on a vertical surface. It strengthens their shoulder muscles and core muscles.

Use hand over hand to do the maze with your child if necessary.

Mazes Included

  • Help the rabbit find its carrots.
  • Guide the butterfly to a flower.
  • Bring the penguin to the igloo.
  • Help the bird get to its house.
  • Bring the bee to get pollen from the flower.
  • Launch the ship to the moon.
  • Help the boat find the fish.
  • Connect the racquet and the tennis ball.
  • Get the snowman its hat.
  • Deliver the mail to the mailbox.

More Free Mazes

Are you looking for more free mazes for your preschoolers?

Help the bear get to its cub in this bear maze.

Help the dinosaur get to its baby in this preschool dinosaur maze.

Why are Mazes Beneficial for Children?

As children work on mazes they practice so many skills in a fun way.

  • Problem solving
  • Patience
  • Persistence
  • Cognitive skills
  • Hand-Eye coordination
  • Memory
  • Confidence
  • Visual Tracking
  • Fine Motor Skills
  • Pencil Control
  • Increases focus and concentration

So for these reasons and many more, challenge your child to completing one of our free mazes.

Download the Free Printable Mazes

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