These four printable Halloween alphabet mazes are a great, low prep alphabet learning activity.
Like our Alphabet Memory Matching Game, Halloween Alphabet Bingo and Initial Sounds Alphabet Match, these make a great alphabet learning activity for Pre-K through to first grade children learning at home or school.
Printable Halloween Alphabet Mazes
To get started you will need to download and print a copy of the letter mazes – the instructions for which can be found at the bottom of this post.
You will also need a set of small manipulatives for children to use to cover each letter of the alphabet in the maze – small, clear gemstones, mini erasers or colourful buttons all work well.
For a more Halloween feel, try using mini pumpkin erasers, craft googly eyes, mini plastic spiders or orange pom poms.
How to Play
To complete a maze, the child starts by locating the letter A at the starting point of the maze. They cover the A with a gemstone or button, or whichever manipulative you are using.
They then find the letter B alongside the A, then C, then D, etc, finding and covering each letter of the alphabet in order to move through the maze, all the way through to Z.
How to Print Your Alphabet Mazes
Click here to download: Halloween Alphabet Mazes. Save the PDF to your computer. Open the PDF and print the pages you require. When printing, select “Fit to printable area” (or similar) to ensure the page fits with your printer type and local paper size. Laminate the printed pages for durability.
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Please note: All Childhood 101 printables are for personal use only, you may not use any part of this content for commercial purposes-that includes selling the document, giving it away to promote your business or website, or printing the file to sell. You may not share, loan or redistribute these documents. Teachers may use multiple copies for students in their own classroom.
Be sure to check out our collection of the Best Alphabet Picture Books to support your child’s alphabet learning.
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