Find you way through this back to school maze to reach the apple in the center. This maze is great for back to school parties, playdates, classroom activities and more!
Free Printable Back to School Maze
This game was designed to be printed onto a standard 8.5×11 inch piece of paper or cardstock. One game will print per page.
Please feel free to download and print as many copies of the maze game as you need. However, please do not edit or redistribute the files in any way. This activity was created for personal or classroom use only.
School themed pencils:
These adorable welcome back to school pencils would be a great gift for your kids are students this fall! They could use them in school as well as on all of our fun free back to school printable activities.
If you enjoyed this game you might also like to check out some of our other fun free printable back to school themed activities and games below:
Free printable back to school word search
Here you will be searching for twelve school themed words in this word search puzzle.
Free printable back to school word scramble
Have fun trying to unscramble 10 education themed words in this word scramble game.
Free printable roll a crayon game
Grab some pom poms or M&Ms and dice and get playing! Simply roll the dice and match the number to the colors on the key. The first person to fill up all of their crayons with the correct colors wins!
Free printable back to school ABC game
Try and come up with a school related item that begins with each letter of the alphabet!
Free printable back to school coloring page
This coloring page features a variety of school related images to color in using crayons, markers, colored pencils or any other medium.
Free printable back to school I spy game
This I Spy game is a fun activity where you will have to try and search for and count eight school themed items.
Free printable back to school scavenger hunt
Celebrate back to school season with this easy kid friendly scavenger hunt! Simply hang the images around your house, classroom or library etc. and send the kids around with the checklist and a clipboard to have them find all of the missing items.