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Printable Mazes — Your Comments

September 1, 2011

Have a comment about the Amazeing Art: Wonders of the Ancient World maze book or the free printable mazes? You can share ideas, thoughts, and feedback. Help me draw better puzzles! You want Dinosaur mazes? More printable pdf's? Let me know. Or share how you use the mazes: in classrooms, for road trips, homeschooling, etc. I appreciate all comments.

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  • These are awesome. My 9 year old loves this, and I'm going to make him a little "activity" book for daycare tomorrow. He'll be so excited! -- Springfield, US
  • you rock!!! I just happened upon your site...I teach art in a middle school and will be incorporating your awesome infor into a rockin lesson plan! -- Mullica Hill, US
  • Great Site...Perfect to keep my son busy while waiting for an appointment
  • Thank you for these mazes!! I came across an old puzzle book of mine and the mazes fascinate me...I'm so addicted I couldn't wait to go to the bookstore and buy more...thanks a million for having some I can print out to beat the boredom of my phone job! These are awesome! :)
  • I am a 5th grade teacher, and we are reading a story that begins on a Spanish Galleon. This maze will help me introduce the ship to my students and provide them with a great visual activity! May I reproduce it for my class of 22 students? I appreciate your work! Thanks, Karen
  • Awesome!!! I teach and the kids love a challenge. Mazes are a great way to strengthen their visual discrimination. Beautiful work, thank you!
  • This is WONDERFUL! Artistic as well as challenging. I'll have to print two copies of each, one to solve and one to look at. Most of the mazes I've found on the web are simple and tedious geometric forms or crude drawings that lack sophistication. Yours are a delight to the eye! I'm going to download the GIF files snd make myself a Maze Slideshow Screensaver! KEEP THOSE MAZES COMING!!! AND THANKS!!!
  • These mazes are great for our social studies classroom. Grades 7-12.
  • Christopher, These are the most beautiful mazes I have ever seen. Thank you so much for posting them and for sharing them. Not only is it wonderful art, but it is a great way to stimulate the brain. :) Thanks again, Rosalva
  • awesome! i just walked my first labyrinth today, and i loved it...without going into the metaphysical, this is something i am now hooked on...
  • Christopher Berg: If you are interested in meditative labyrinths, make sure to check out the Labyrinth Society on the web.
  • Love your mazes! I teach 5th grade and I always create a "Thinking Folder" for each student each year. The folder gives them something interesting to work on, think about, and try during their spare time at home or at school. Your mazes, I am sure, will be a great hit this year!
  • These mazes are great keep up the good work. D. Riley
  • These are great mazes and my son really loves them! It is even better because before he starts them, we talk about history and he becomes more inspired to learn about these places, people, etc. Wonderful! Thanks.
  • Where do you find the answers to the mazes? I would like to use them for extra credit in my classroom for 7th graders.
  • Christopher Berg: The answers to most of these puzzles are in the back of the Amazeing Art maze book.
  • These mazes are challenging and a lot of fun! Thanks!
  • i think your mazes are hard and fun. i like how you go through them and how the main shapes are very creative. how do you make mazes because i would like to make one of my own and give them to my friends?
  • Christopher Berg: Great question, other people have asked for this too. I'm creating the how to draw mazes page to help. Thanks.
  • These mazes are definitely works of art. I have really enjoyed doing them. Thank you for sharing your talent with the rest of us! Sincerely, nora hayter
  • Wonderful site and I love the mazes. I was looking for some interesting mazes for a presentation class assignment. Your mazes will fit in nicely. Love your creativity!
  • I think that these are some of the coolest mazes I've seen in a long time. I love a challanging maze and these are creative, fun and challanging.
  • Beauiful! How do you get out of the Winged Guardian Bull? James
  • Christopher Berg: So you are stuck in the Assyrian maze? That's what I make them for, so you can get stuck :) But here's a hint: try solving it backwards.

Visitor comments about the mazes

August 10, 2011

The comments have been piling up again. I really appreciate everyone's feedback — it helps me draw better mazes and gives me ideas for what people want from my website. All thoughts are much appreciated! Today I created a previous visitor comments page, as there were too many comments to keep on this feedback form page.



What is the difference between a maze and a labyrinth? A labyrinth has a single path that winds into the center, while a maze is a puzzle with many choices and dead ends.

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