Space Mazes {Free Kids Printable}

June 13, 2017   /   byAndreja  / Categories :  Feeds

Sharpen the pens and find the solution to these “out of this world” space mazes!

I for one can never get enough of printable mazes  I could easily solve them all day long!

Space Mazes

Free Printable Space Mazes

These are great for some no strings attached fun or they can also be used as a fun introduction to learning about the space! Be sure to laminate these so your kids can use them over and over again!

The Printable Space Mazes Pack Includes

  • 4 pages with easy mazes (with a star, Saturn, rocket and the moon).
  • 4 pages with advanced mazes to solve.

I’ve made them in color and in black and white version (a more printer friendly alternative).

Click to download and print at The Printables Library at Kids Activities Blog:  Space Mazes Color and No Color

Space Mazes

More Fun Space Printables and Activities

Why not learn about the awesome part of the space – our solar system! Print these solar system worksheets and let the learning fun begin! Or explore all the cool planets in this Stars and Planets printable game? Also check this adorable sensory bottle with stars if you have a younger kid in your home (it is one of the cutest ones I have ever seen!).

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