If you finish these and still want to do MORE mazes, go online and check out these fun maze sites:
“Print & Play” mazes come in animal-shapes, skinny or fat donut shapes, and unusual shapes like robots. Plus there are 36 different escape mazes, ranging from easy to one that would stump Houdini. Online mazes come in Easy, Medium, Hard, Even Harder, and Super Hard. Want more? You can try to outsmart the rolling marbles in the “Tilt Mazes” and push cartons through a twisting warehouse in the Japanese “Sokoban” Maze Game.
You'll find a great selection of animal, holiday, and just-for-fun mazes to print out and enjoy. If you think these puzzles would be fun to share in class, tell your teacher about the site and he or she can print out enough puzzles for everyone (up to 50 mazes)!
You can't interact with any of the mazes at this site, but there are a-MAZE-ing photos from maze designer Adrian Fisher's collection. You'll see gigantic mazes made from cornfields and hedges, huge mosaic mazes built in public courtyards, and a fascinating variety of mirror mazes. There are even some outer space mazes!