Math Maze

Use a math maze to make learning addition problems fun.

I was never a fan of math in general when I was in school and I don't know many children that like math today.

My son is no different.  He does, however, love mazes.  Addition + Mazes = One way to get my son to practice his addition facts.

Check out the worksheets below.  Once your child has answered all of the problems, he/she can use the answers to create a path through the maze.  Each paper has its own little story maze.

Each maze has a short story on it (help A get to B) with instructions on how to complete the maze.  For example, in the first maze your child needs to circle all of the odd numbered answers to create a path.

Paths can move up and down, left and right, or diagonally.  I've included an answer key below too if you need help.

Update: A visitor pointed out that I spelled 'thief' wrong in the second worksheet.  Thank you much to her for pointing it out.  If you ever see a mistake, please don't hesitate to let me know so I can fix it as soon as possible.

Here are the answers to the math problems and the solutions to the maze.  Don't let your child peek!

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