Mazes from MindWare will keep 8-year-olds sharp and intrigued
Maze books for kids are a fun way to build logical thinking and deductive reasoning skills. Some of our puzzle books for kids are beautifully illustrated mazes they'll have a blast solving, while others incorporate counting, letter recognition skills and more. But take a look and you'll see that there's more here than just maze books. The Perplexus line of 3D puzzles are great for ages 8 and up. And Lazer Maze and Lazer Maze Jr. take mazes to a whole new level.
MindWare's Extreme Maze series is a brain-twisting challenge in the form of beautifully rendered original illustrations. Exceptional artistry on each detailed maze will entrance as well as boggle the mind. Mazes include sea turtles and skateboarders, knights and beta fish, plus so much more. Each book contains 23 unique mazes and some are even extra challenging, double fold-out pages. So grab a pencil and start brain building the Extreme Maze way.
The Maze Craze Sampler includes five fantastic books with mazes that will take you on adventures around the world. Search for pirate treasure, explore the African jungle and so much more in a total of 126 mazes.
Perplexus is a series of 3D mazes that have tons of twists, turns and obstacles as you try to guide the metal ball through the labyrinth. Critical thinking skills and a steady hand are a must, because one wrong move and you'll have to start over. Rookie Perplexus is a great introduction to the Perplexus series, with 70 barriers to solve. Perplexus Twist does exactly what the name says: as your ball follows the track it will become stuck on the edge of a cliff and you will have to carefully twist the handles to realign the tracks and escape. There are 30 obstacles to overcome before you beat the game. Epic Perplexus has 125 challenging barriers for puzzlers to work through before they can defeat the maze.
Laser Maze is a whole new twist on traditional mazes. Use the maze challenge cards to arrange the pieces so that you've completed the challenge on the card. But light beams reflect, can be blocked and even split - so get ready for mind and light bending challenges. Laser Maze Jr. lets kids bend their beam of light through satellites, around space rocks and to the rocket.