Oh, those tricky ladybugs! While grid mazes are great for building children’s visual skills, these ladybugs require an extra amount of concentration and attention.
Here’s how it works. This fun yet powerful activity includes a grid full of ladybugs that point every which way. First, children locate all of the ladybugs that point either left, right, up, or down, then color the ladybugs their assigned colors. This helps strengthen visual discrimination skills, visual figure ground skills, visual tracking skills, and allows kids to practice directional concepts as well.
Next, kids count the number of ladybugs in each group, checking their answers at the bottom of the page if they wish.
Finally, children complete the maze. Instead of following all of the ladybugs that look alike, children must follow the ladybugs through the maze in the direction that they point. This is more advanced than your typical grid maze.
If you want to start with a simpler activity, either scroll through The Free Printables Collection (after sign up) or type “grid maze” in the search box to the right, then take your pick.
You’ll also find more grid mazes in my TPT store.
If your child already tried and loved the more advanced Grid Maze: Track and Color the Pencils, then these ladybugs are sure to please!
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