From Roxie Munro:
Using a piece of graph paper is very helpful, because it is important that all your paths are the same width. Use a pencil, so you can erase.
Later, when you’ve made the final maze, go over your lines in ink.
Photocopy your maze and give it to your family or friends to solve. After you’ve made a couple of mazes, you can start to make them more complicated or personal.
We are going to make a maze with only one solution, but it will have false endings and cul-de-sacs, in order to make it more of a challenge to solve. It’s not fun if it’s too easy!
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good games distance learning is fun and a lot of creativity!!!<3