I am trying my best to prep early for our road trip next week. I am also prepping myself for the trip to include a lot of whining, and screaming. Hudson is not the biggest fan of his car seat – and Greyson is not the biggest fan of listening to Hudson scream. **It’s going to be fun!** :-/
Yesterday, when I shared my Easter themed Preschool Workbook – I said I was going to make a couple more workbooks for Greyson. One of them was a whole workbook of mazes. So, yesterday during nap-time I was able to create 21 mazes. They vary in difficulty, but none of them are too hard for a preschooler. I included a handful of easy ones so they can get some quick and easy victories to keep their enthusiasm up.
Mazes are not just fun for your preschooler to complete, they also work on their fine motor skills, their ability to focus on completing a task, and problem solving!
I am planning on continuing to grow the number of mazes I have, and create a massive download that includes all of them. The themes will vary throughout the book, to entice everybody. In addition, I have some ideas on how to introduce the concept of mazes to younger children through the use of numbers. Those will also be released soon!!
I printed out all 21 pages and used my binding machine to corral all of the pages, and make it easier for him to work on the mazes in the car.
If you are planning a road trip with kids – you might want to consider some of these fun travel games – to keep them entertained!