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FREE: Snowflake Maze!

We got hit with a few inches of SNOW on Monday, so that’s all that’s been on anybody’s mind this week. Therefore, I created this maze to help keep the kids occupied while they’re out of school.

Enjoy, and let me know how your kids like it!

Mitten Dot-To-Dot

Here is a brand-new *FREE* dot-to-dot activity in the shape of a mitten, with a BONUS snowflake motif. Hope you enjoy!

 

Gingerbread Man Maze

Here’s a new puzzle to keep your little ones busy: a maze in the shape of a gingerbread man! This one is a little easier to do than the acorn maze I did a few weeks back.

Share with your kids and celebrate the season!

Candy Cane Dot-to-Dot

Just in time for the holidays! Here’s a downloadable activity sheet, featuring two dot-to-dot puzzles (one A-Z and one 1-40) in the shape of a candy cane. The beginning of each activity is marked by a star. Please enjoy freely in your classrooms and with your kids!

 

Building Block Dot-to-Dot

Here’s a dot-to-dot activity sheet for the little builders among you (like me):

I hope you enjoy!

Leaf Color-by-Number

Another autumn activity! This one is a color-by-number puzzle, featuring fall leaves. Please share with your kids, and let me know what you think.

Acorn Maze Activity

I picked up some acorns yesterday, which inspired me to create a fall activity sheet featuring a maze. Please share with your kids!

I just love acorns. What other nut gets to wear a hat (besides that joker in the backseat)?