Printable Maze PuzzlesFor children, solving maze puzzles has certain benefits such as improving concentration and strategic planning skills. The following games explore various summertime activities, such as picnics, ice cream, and a day at the beach.
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- Summer Picnic Maze: Easy - Medium - Hard
- Going to the Park Maze: Easy - Medium - Hard
- Going Swimming Maze - Help the children find the swimming pool in this maze puzzle of medium difficulty.
- Help the Boy Get the Ice Cream Cone - The boy wants to cool off with a cold, tasty treat. Can you help him find his way to the ice cream cone? This puzzle is of medium difficulty.
- Find the Car Maze - The family needs help finding their way to the car in this challenging maze puzzle.
- Summer Fun Beach Blanket Maze - Help the boy find his way through all the sunbathers to the spot where he left his beach blanket.
- Sun-Shaped Maze - The little girl needs to navigate through the sun-shaped maze to get to her brother in this puzzle of medium difficulty.
- Ice Cream Cone Shaped Maze - Can you help the mom and kids find their way through the maze to the frozen treats on the other side?
Counting MazesKids can navigate these labyrinths and practice their counting at the same time. Simply start with the lowest number and count sequentially to arrive at the objective to be reached.
- Help the girl catch a butterfly. (Count by 1s to 100)
- Help the boy find a bike. (Count by 2s to 200)
- Guide the boat back to the person who has fallen off. (Count by 3s to 300)
- Help the girl find the sailboat. (Count by 4s to 400)
- Get the windsurfer back to the beach. (Count by 5s to 500)
Summer Connect-the-DotsA favorite activity for young children, dot-to-dot puzzles are a fun way for kids to learn basic counting skills. Here are some printable dot-to-dot puzzles with summertime themes. The puzzles are listed from the easiest to the most difficult.
- Summer Dot-to-Dots - Five dot-to-dot games can be found here, featuring summertime themes such as beach balls, sunshine, camping and ice cream. None of these puzzles requires a knowledge of numbers greater than 35.
- Summer Dot-to-Dot Activities - This page offers six connect-the-dot activity pages featuring a kite, flip-flops, butterfly and more ranging from 15 to 27 dots.
- Kite Dot-to-Dot - This super simple connect-the-dots game uses the letters "A" through "E".
- Ice Cream Cone Dot-to-Dot - A very easy game which uses the letters "A" through "I".
- Sunshine Dot-to-Dot - Count up to 12 to complete this easy dot-to-dot game.
- Ice Cream Cone Dot-to-Dot - A more challenging game in which the child needs to know his numbers up to 41.
- Summer Sun Dot-to-Dot - The most challenging puzzle featured here, this one requires children to know their numbers up to 56.
Summer Hidden Pictures and Spot the Difference PuzzlesPlaying hidden picture games is a good way for children to develop their observation skills. Below, you'll find online games and printable puzzles on which youngsters can test their observation skills.
- Summer Picnic Hidden Picture - In this game, you need to find the seven unusual or impossible objects that don't belong in a picture about summer. Print.
- Summer Fun Hidden Picture - A printable picture puzzle by Liz Ball.
- Sailboat Flags - Find the sailboat flags hidden in the picture. Print.
- Summer Spot the Difference - See if you can find all the differences between the two images. Play online.
On the next page, you'll find encryption puzzles, word and memory games with a summertime theme.