*Math Maze Freebie at the end of this blog post*
A comprehensive math curriculum is great – until it isn’t. While there may be more lessons than school days, it doesn’t mean your math curriculum will always have exactly what you need for your students when they need it. Imagine having a quick single-page printable that focuses on just the standard your students need to practice? A page that is independent from the curriculum, simple enough to be sent home for homework without an inbox full of confused parents, and engaging enough for cheers instead of moans.
Math Mazes will enhance your existing math curriculum, save you time, and motivate your students to master essential mathematical skills.
Ideas for Organization
Each grade level is sorted into 4 sets by Common Core Standards. Each maze is numbered and aligns with a standard, so you and your students can easily find the maze you’re looking for. Here are a few ideas to get you started!
Print the standards list, mazes, and answer keys. Put everything in one convenient plastic folder, easy to pull out and make copies as you plan and teach throughout the year.
Math Maze Student Folders
Set students up for success by making math mazes a habit from the start.
Make a copy of all mazes for each student, punch holes, and put in a three-pronged folder.
Throughout the year, assign mazes to students to complete by the individual maze number.
One-at-a-Time: Math Notebooks
Print mazes one at a time based on your needs.
Change printer settings to print 2 per page.
Cut pages in half.
Students can glue the half sheet math mazes into their notebooks before solving them.
Available for 2nd-5th Grade. Click your grade level to shop:
Making the Most of Math Mazes
Need some inspiration? Here are some ideas to effectively use math mazes in your classroom.
- Reinforce Skills – After teaching a new lesson, continue using manipulatives while solving the maze.
- Interactive Notebooks – Take notes on one side of the page and glue a half-sheet maze on the other for practice.
- Independent Work – Assign printable or digital mazes to students while you work with a small group.
- Early Finishers – Add to students’ folders as an option for students.
- Sub Plans – Students and substitutes will enjoy these mazes while you are away.
- Schedule Gaps – Fill those 10-15 minutes between Music and Recess with a fun math maze!
2nd Grade Math Mazes
2nd Grade Math Mazes are divided into four sets with 5-10 mazes each to help you stay organized while your students stay engaged.
- Add and Subtract within 20
- Repeated Addition
- Add and Subtract 10 or 100
- Add within 100
- Subtract within 100
- Add up to four 2-digit numbers
- Add within 1,000
- Subtract within 1,000
- Place value
- Place value
- Representing numbers
- Representing numbers
- Skip counting
- Even and odd
- Telling Time to the nearest hour and half hour
- Telling Time to the nearest 5 minutes
- Using A.M. and P.M.
- Counting coins
- Counting money
- Classifying shapes
- Classifying shapes
- Partitioning rectangles into rows and columns
- Partitioning shapes
- Partitioning shape
3rd Grade Math Mazes
Third grade has 25 total mazes to guide you through the standards from start to finish!
- 1 – Multiplication (equal groups)
- 2 – Division (equal shares)
- 3 – Multiplication & Division
- 4 – Multiplication & Division
- 5 – Multiplication & Division
- 6 – Division
- 7 – Division & Multiplication
- 8 – Representing Numbers
- 9 – Rounding (nearest 10/100)
- 10 – Addition within 1,000
- 11 – Subtraction within 1,000
- 12 – Addition & Subtraction within 1,000
- 13 – Multiply by multiples of 10
- 14 – Categorizing Shapes
- 15 – Partitioning Shapes
- 16 – Models to Represent Fractions
- 17 – Fractions on a Number Line
- 18 – Comparing Fractions
- 19 – Telling time to the nearest minute
- 20 – Elapsed Time
- 21 – Measuring Volume
- 22 – Measuring Mass
- 23 – Measuring area by counting unit squares
- 24 – Measuring area using multiplication
- 25 – Perimeter of rectangles
A Closer Look
4th Grade Math Mazes
Multiplication, Division, Fractions, oh my! There are even mazes with word problems to help your students transform into master mathematicians this year.
- 1 – Place Value
- 2 – Number Forms & Comparisons
- 3 – Rounding numbers
- 4 – Adding & Subtracting
- 5 – Multi-digit Multiplication
- 6 – Multi-digit Multiplication
- 7 – Long Division
- 8 – Long Division
- 9 – Multiplication equations as comparisons
- 10 – Factor pairs, prime & composite
- 11 – Number patterns
- 12 – Identify attributes of shapes
- 13 – Classifying shapes
- 14 – Lines of symmetry
- 15 – Multiplying fractions
- 16 – Comparing fractions
- 17 – Adding fractions
- 18 – Multiplying fractions
- 19 – Fractions with tenths & hundredths
- 20 – Decimal notation for fractions
- 21 – Comparing decimals
- 22 – Converting measurements
- 23 – Word problems
- 24 – Perimeter
- 25 – Line plots
- 26 – Types of angles
- 27 – Measuring angles
- 28 – Additive angles
5th Grade Math Mazes
With 27 challenging mazes, your fifth graders are sure to stay engaged this year. Four sets clearly organize each standard so you can find exactly what your students need to practice.
- 1 – Place value
- 2 – Powers of 10, Decimal patterns
- 3 – Number forms & comparisons
- 4 – Round decimals
- 5 – Multiply
- 6 – Multiply
- 7 – Divide
- 8 – Divide
- 9 – Add and subtract decimals
- 10 – Multiply decimals
- 11 – Divide decimals
- 12 – Add fractions
- 13 – Subtract fractions
- 14 – Interpret a fraction as division of the numerator by the denominator
- 15 – Multiply fractions
- 16 – Multiplication as the scaling of a number
- 17 – Divide unit fractions by whole numbers
- 18 – Divide whole numbers by unit fractions
- 19 – Converting measurements
- 20 – Converting measurements
- 21 – Volume (counting unit cubes)
- 22 – Volume (using the formulas V = l x w x h and V = b x h)
- 23 – Order of operations
- 24 – Writing and interpreting expressions
- 25 – Graphing ordered pairs
- 26 – Classifying shapes
- 27 – Classifying shapes
All mazes can also be downloaded as Google Slides and assigned to students digitally. Students drag and drop moveable arrows to make their way through each maze.
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Available for 2nd-5th Grade
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