Here at Kids Activities Blog, we love printable mazes, especially unicorn mazes. It’s one of those quick and easy indoors activities that are screen-free and pretty easy to set up.
Solving mazes is a great way to keep our little ones busy while boosting their problem solving skills. So if you want to download the cutest unicorn maze for kids, just keep reading!
Unique unicorn activities for kids
We are so excited to share with you our favorite unicorn party ideas… but really, these unicorn activities can be done on any regular day! I think every preschooler or elementary school kid would appreciate fun unicorn activities.
Looking for magical unicorn food? Here we have easy recipes you can make at home: Unicorn desserts, cakes, cookies, ice cream all made in a rainbow of unicorn colors are all almost too cute to eat!
Grab your crayons, watercolor, markers, even homemade paint for kids, and bring some color to these free unicorn printables!
After they’re done decorating it, this printable could be used as a poster, and taped on their wall! Just simply use some tape, and decide where the best place to put it would be.
Older kids will also love making this unicorn snot slime to squeeze, squish and play with the magical mixture.
Here’s how to download this unicorn maze printable
Mazes for kids, like this free maze unicorn printable, are one of the best ways to help our children boost their fine motor skills, imagination, and mostly, problem-solving skills, from an early age.
To use this unicorn maze, just click on the download button below, print it, and let your toddler solve them. Help the unicorn find its way to the cloud! Our printable maze set includes 2 pages with unicorn mazes.
Oh no! The unicorn got lost.
On the first page, your kid will have to connect a line between the unicorn and the rainbow. And in the second, use a line to help the unicorn get to the party!
We love that kids can do the mazes and then use them as coloring pages, too! Use your imagination to color these unicorn mazes: Crayola crayons, colored pencils, watercolor, markers, glitter… You can use anything you want!