## MATH MAZES

Fun & Standards-Aligned Math Activities

My students loved doing these math mazes instead of plain worksheets! A fantastic way to practice the skills they have learned.” –Natasha W.

## Why use Math Mazes?

Math Mazes are FUN, no-prep math worksheets that are organize by standard to make planning a simple task!

## "Fun engaging way of learning"

“I will admit that I was skeptical at 1st, but when I saw how engaged my students were , I was sold! My students loved these math mazes!”

## "Wonderful way to get evidence for report cards"

I LOVE using these mazes, as well as the 5th grade ones!! They are such great practice for the kids, and they are a wonderful way to get evidence for report cards and the data wall. Thank you for such an awesome product!!” – Allyson E.    ## View the list of mazes!

• Maze 1 - Multiplication (equal groups)
• Maze 2 - Division (equal shares)
• Maze 3 - Multiplication & Division (word problems)
• Maze 4 - Multiplication & Division (unknown number in equation)
• Maze 5 - Multiplication & Division (properties of multiplication)
• Maze 6 - Division
• Maze 7 - Division & Multiplication
• Maze 8 - Representing Numbers
• Maze 9 - Rounding (nearest 10/100)
• Maze 10 - Addition within 1,000
• Maze 11 - Subtraction within 1,000
• Maze 12 - Addition & Subtraction within 1,000
• Maze 13 - Multiply by multiples of 10
• Maze 14 - Categorizing Shapes
• Maze 15 - Partitioning Shapes
• Maze 16 - Models to Represent Fractions
• Maze 17 - Fractions on a Number Line
• Maze 18 - Comparing Fractions
• Maze 19 - Telling time to the nearest minute
• Maze 20 - Elapsed Time
• Maze 21 - Measuring Volume
• Maze 22 - Measuring Mass
• Maze 23 - Measuring area by counting unit squares
• Maze 24 - Measuring are using multiplication
• Maze 25 - Perimeter of rectangles

• Maze 1 - Place Value
• Maze 2 - Word Form/Expanded Form/Standard Form & Compare Numbers
• Maze 3 - Rounding numbers to the nearest hundred, thousand, ten thousand, and hundred thousand
• Maze 4 - Adding/Subtracting multi-digit whole numbers
• Maze 5 - Multi-digit Multiplication
• Maze 6 - Multi-digit Multiplication
• Maze 7 - Long Division without remainders
• Maze 8 - Long Division with and without remainders
• Maze 9 - Multiplication equations as comparisons
• Maze 10 - Factor pairs, prime & composite numbers
• Maze 11 - Number patterns
• Maze 12 - Identify attributes of shapes
• Maze 13 - Classifying shapes
• Maze 14 - Lines of symmetry
• Maze 15 - Multiplying fractions
• Maze 16 - Comparing fractions
• Maze 17 - Adding fractions
• Maze 18 - Multiplying a fraction by a whole number
• Maze 19 - Fractions with denominators 10 & 100
• Maze 20 - Decimal notation for fractions
• Maze 21 - Comparing decimals to the hundredths place
• Maze 22 - Converting measurements
• Maze 23 - Word problems

Maze 24 - Perimeter

Maze 25 - Line plots

Maze 26 - Types of angles

Maze 27 - Measuring angles

• Maze 1 - Place value
• Maze 2 - Powers of 10, Decimal patterns
• Maze 3 - Read, write, and compare decimals to the thousandths place
• Maze 4 - Round decimals
• Maze 5 - Multiply 3-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers, Multiply 3-digit numbers by 3-digit numbers
• Maze 6 - Fluently multiply multi-digit whole numbers
• Maze 7 - Divide 3-digit numbers by 2 digit numbers
• Maze 8 - Divide 4-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers
• Maze 9 - Add and subtract decimals
• Maze 10 - Multiply decimals to the hundredths place
• Maze 11 - Divide decimals to the hundredths place
• Maze 12 - Add fractions with unlike denominators (including mixed numbers)
• Maze 13 - Subtract fractions with unlike denominators (including mixed numbers)
• Maze 14 - Interpret a fraction as division of the numerator by the denominator
• Maze 15 - Multiply a fraction or whole number by a fraction
• Maze 16 - Multiplication as the scaling of a number
• Maze 17 - Divide unit fractions by whole numbers
• Maze 18 - Divide whole numbers by unit fractions
• Maze 19 - Converting measurements
• Maze 20 - Converting measurements
• Maze 21 - Volume (counting unit cubes)
• Maze 22 - Volume (using the formulas V = l x w x h and V = b x h)
• Maze 23 - Order of operations
• Maze 24 - Writing and interpreting expressions
• Maze 25 - Graphing ordered pairs
• Maze 26 - Classifying shapes
• Maze 27 - Classifying shapes

## No-Prep

Math Mazes are truly a print-and-go resource! Do your students need to review place value, adding fractions, or measuring volume? Simply print a class set of the math maze and you are good to go ## FUN!

Math Mazes are a much needed break from the textbook!

…The students really enjoyed that it was a maze, so it made it a game for them even though they were reviewing all the skills we have worked on…” – Jessica J. ## Use digitally with an annotation app!       