I thought I would try my hand at drawing some mazes myself, and it’s a tough job! I hope you like these, cuz there won’t be any more. Ok, well I might do more if people rave and tell me how wonderful they are 🙂
There are 3 maze pages in this set, one pentacle, one triquetra and one ankh. With the triquetra maze, you have to choose which path to start from. You need to get to the center for all three.
Difficulty? I dunno. They’re not that hard, but my 11-year old daughter got stumped with the pentacle one for a bit.
A set of mazes with an altar tool theme. The designs are pretty simple and each one has an illustration of a common altar tool. There are 7 pages in this set (see a sample).
They are all roughly the same level of difficulty, which isn’t all that hard but they may be a challenge for really little kids.
I know I haven’t been posting too much lately, mostly due to work constraints out here in the real world. Sorry about that. Here is a quick one-page printable to appease my loyal followers. I made this elements maze up a while ago and never finished doing an entire set. It’s in color but would print just fine in b/w too.
I hope to have my schedule back under control in about a week.
Ok, these were a little tougher to illustrate than I had originally thought so this is a small pack with 4 pages.
There are mazes with Cerridwen, Bast, Thor and Zeus themes (see a sample).
In terms of difficulty, they’re not too tough but really little children would likely find them too hard.