Maze Writer Handwriting Program

Maze Writer Handwriting Program


So….hey there.  Are you looking for a FUN handwriting program for your kiddo?  Well, guess what?  Today we are releasing a brand NEW handwriting program called, “Maze Writer.”


Maze Writer is a 26 week handwriting program that is filled with FUN activities and mazes….as well as handwriting practice for the entire alphabet.  This program was especially designed for children who struggle or have little interest in other homeschool handwriting programs.


As a homeschooling mother of four, you can be sure that I have had my share of handwriting struggles….and I KNOW that not every child enjoys writing.  Most children however, do enjoy mazes and activities so that is the thought process behind this new product.  Reel them in with the mazes and then sneak in the handwriting practice. Mazes are also fantastic for building logic, reasoning, and small motor muscles needed for handwriting.


Best of all we’ve organized this program into a structured 4 day a week outline over 26 weeks.  You simple print and place inside a binder and you are good to go!

Alphabet Formation Chart

There is simple instruction to help children with understanding formation of the uppercase and lowercase letter.  Children can practice tracing the letters with different colors for each stroke.

Beginning Letter Maze


At the top of this activity page is a beginning letter shape maze to solve.  A blank uppercase and lowercase letter is provided for children to roll out play dough, fill with stickers or stamp with bingo markers.

ASL Uppercase Maze

This activity page provides children with an uppercase letter maze to solve. The ASL hand sign for the letter is shown for children to practice forming the letter with their own hand. A row of uppercase handwriting practice is provided.

Beginning Letter Coloring Page

This activity page features a lowercase letter maze for children to solve, alongside a beginning letter coloring page.  Lowercase lettering practice is provided across the bottom.


Uppercase Maze w/Blank Handwriting

This activity page features a large uppercase letter maze alongside blank spaces for children to practice their letters.  This is a good opportunity to remind children to go slow as they form each letter.

Lowercase Maze w/Animal Trace

This activity page features a lowercase letter maze for children to solve as well as a beginning letter animal to trace.  Lowercase letter practice is provided across the bottom in a dyslexia friendly font.


Letter Maze and Font Recognition

Children work their way through the maze by following the correct letter.  Below is a variety of different letter and fonts for children to practice visual discrimination skills to find and circle the letter.

Letter Review Page

The final page for the week reviews the ASL hand sign and stroke order.  Children solve the maze with a colored marker to reveal a hidden letter inside, then complete the handwriting practice at the bottom.


The Maze Writer program provides you with eight unique mazes & handwriting pages each week over 26 weeks.  If you child is younger or an extremely reluctant writer (I have one too), you can have them complete a single page per day and stretch the program out over the entire year.

This brand new program is now available in our eStore:



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Comments (4)

  • Sharna Wyness Reply

    What a fun and exciting new way to reach handwriting and the alphabet. Its great for both girls and boys as the lovely pictures provide interest for any child. I love it!!

    January 16, 2017 at 7:29 pm
  • sheri deweerdt Reply

    first time home school mom this would be great for my autistic son, he loves mazes and can have fun learning while doing something he loves. thank you for the chance to win

    January 17, 2017 at 11:38 am
  • Donna P. Reply

    Having trouble pinning this page to Pinterest as there is no image to pin – it says invalid image.
    Thanks and blessings.

    January 17, 2017 at 1:15 pm
  • Lauren Reply

    So cool!
    What age range is this recommended for?

    January 26, 2018 at 3:52 am

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