Practice fine motor skills with these 3 different back to school mazes.

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Set It Up

For this activity you will need:

 

Paper 

Printer

Any writing tool – crayon, pencil, etc

Optional: Laminator and dry erase markers if planning to use in a center

Below are the supplies I use personally at home. After doing so many printable activities, I’ve found that it’s most helpful to always have these basic supplies on hand.

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Start It Up

There are 3 mazes that would be suitable for preschool up to first grade.

  • A school bus making its way to school

  • A schoolgirl going to school with a crossing guard. This one has a second version with a question or talking topic about crossing the road safely.

  • A smart cookie finding their way to school – for those of you who prefer more imaginative centers.

All the maze paths are different so you can choose one of the 3 or all 3 to print and play. So easy!

Pair It Up

Get your child ready for school with these books:

Going to School (Usborne First Experiences) – Ideal for preschoolers starting their first year of school

First Day: Wipe-clean book with pen (I’m Starting School) – Helps your child practice key concepts since it’s wipe-clean and activities can be repeated. Also helps with pencil control and fine motor development.

Start School: A Ladybird Topsy and Tim sticker activity book – This book goes through what happens at school while also covering key learning skills. It comes with 50 stickers that all kids will love!