Math fact fluency has been something my second graders have always needed to practice, but I was tired of them practicing in the same, boring ways. I was looking for a way to keep things fresh and exciting, but still provide a way for meaningful practice. I decided to combine their love for mazes with math fact practice. That’s when I created a set of math mazes!
There are 10 addition and 10 subtraction mazes for students to use. You can choose the set of facts you want your students to practice. No matter the page, students must determine whether each math fact is true or false. The goal is for the students to find their way from start to finish by following the true math facts.
Students can complete these pages in different ways. The easiest way is to print and give to your students to complete. They can use crayons or colored pencils and color the boxes in along as they discover the correct path. This makes the pages easy to use in class or to send home for additional practice.
Each page comes with an answer key:
If you choose to use the sheet protectors, slip the answer key into the sheet protector, on top of the student’s page. Then you’ll be able to see whether the two paths match or not.
You can find all of these mazes here: