Yesterday I shared our outdoor dinosaur number maze for the Virtual Book Club for Kids. Today I’m back with even more dinosaur mazes. Print them out and share them with your dino fanatics. The mazes work on number recognition and sequencing, counting, even numbers, letter recognition, and alphabetical order.
My kids love dinosaurs and they love mazes. (Do all kids?) After the number maze we did outside, they requested more mazes to try. I created 4 different mazes to start with. Download them for you own personal or classroom non-commercial use only.
Dinosaur Number Sequence Maze
The goal of this dinosaur maze is to follow the path from 1-20 to help the triceratops find its food. Just like our big dinosaur number maze, you can grab a little toy dinosaur and have him follow the number path.
Dinosaur Even Number Maze
Follow the even number path to help the triceratops find its food.
Dinosaur Alphabet Maze
Follow the alphabet path from A-Z to help the Tyrannosaurus rex find its nest.
Dinosaur Letter D Maze
D is for dinosaur. Follow the letter D to help the dinosaur find its food. Do you like this maze? Should I make more letter mazes? Let me know what you think about all of the mazes in the comments.
More Maze Activities for Kids
- Design a Maze for a Light Following Robot – Can you build a maze for your robot?
- Hexbug Mazes and Habitat Ideas – Make your own mazes and habitats for hexbugs.
- Try these 20 Maze Activities for Kids.
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