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Engaging Interactive Mazes for Middle School and Elementary Math

Interactive Mazes are terrific for substitute teachers, review, practice, and early finishers – plus, they’re so much fun that your students won’t remember that they’re doing a worksheet. And – every student experiences success. If a student misses a problem, he’s redirected to the right route after working out a couple more problems. Each set comes with 3 mazes.

Interactive Mazes for Middle School

Check out the mazes!

This is a set of 3 mazes – along with answer keys!  Quick, easy, and fun!
These mazes are set up for ALL students to be successful – even if they answer one or two problems incorrectly! They’re sure to build confidence in students.

Distributive Property Mazes with and without Variables

These are similar, but they’re mazes for Order of Operations.

These are perfect for keeping the order of operations learning fresh in the minds of your students. They’re self-correcting and all students successfully complete the maze – although they may have to solve additional problems until they get the correct answer.

Order of Operations Mazes - No Exponents, Limited Division

For elementary students, try these Addition Mazes with basic addition facts:

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And for students needing more of a challenge . . .

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2-digit-addition-mazes

And don’t forget subtraction!

 

 

 

Let me know if you’d like me to create more mazes. You can always email me at Jules@Caffeinequeenteacher.com – I’d love to hear from you!

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