Maze Puzzle Book for Kids 4-8: 101 Fun First Mazes for Kids 4-6, 6-8 year olds Maze Activity Workbook for Children: Games, Puzzles and Problem-Solvin (Paperback)

Maze Puzzle Book for Kids 4-8: 101 Fun First Mazes for Kids 4-6, 6-8 year olds Maze Activity Workbook for Children: Games, Puzzles and Problem-Solvin Cover Image
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Give your child an aMAZEing experience with this maze activity book

A complete maze experience with:

-101 Mazes with colorable characters and illustrations

-101 Fun themes make solving mazes exciting

- Increasing difficulty levels

- With real world logic: Bring the chicken home, help the family get to the bus, help the dog get to the bone and more.

- Improve hand eye coordination, dexterity and muscle memory

- With certificate at back of the book



The amazingly fun mazes and activities in this book are designed to provide an enjoyable and fun learning experience for children of all ages from preschool, nursery and even beyond.

Solving maze activities can be a crucial yet fun part of your kid's development, they help in nurturing the development of your child's brain, thought processes, problem solving skills, IQ and intelligence by having your child map out the best path to reach the goal in every activity.

Constant practice helps nurture the mind and build hand eye coordination, problem solving skills, muscle memory and dexterity.


Each maze is lovingly designed with cute characters and illustrations that your child can color in that are sure to keep your kid engaged.

Mazes have increasing difficulty to get your child easily started off with the logic of maze solving and progressing to more challenging mazes as your child gets more experience.

Real world logic is incorporated in the mazes, examples are: help chicken to the coop and bring the ball to the hoop. Real world logic helps anchor the activities to real life situations and can be experience for your child.



Product Details
ISBN: 9781946525727
ISBN-10: 1946525723
Publisher: Kids Activity Publishing
Publication Date: July 3rd, 2020
Pages: 120
Language: English

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