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Alphabet Mazes

I have seen these before {years ago when teaching} and was recently reminded of this activity when I saw this adorable Letter A maze on one of my new favorite sites www.Education.com. This version had a few too many letters for Ladybug and since she was my target student I got to work. I actually …
  • N

    another alphabet maze idea for a center

  • Jean Hornsby

    alphabet mazes. These are free, but you download one at a time. http://www.1plus1plus1equals1.com/Letter_Mazes_Printable_Bb.pdf . You can get them on Teacher Notebook in a PDF for just a $1.25. Personally, I want to pay her a whole $1.25 for doing this for us. Very well done!

  • susan kennedy

    letter maze cookie sheet and pom pom magnets

  • Betsy Kurtzweil

    Letter Activities

  • Janet Gordon

    Alphabet mazes with Pom Pom magnets

  • Cherrie Bee

    Preschool Printables Archives - 1+1+1=1

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