Hugo has just sent in his very cool Mega Maze game for practising Left & Right (or North & South) and reviewing previous themes.

Here’s Koharu Playing our game “Mega Maze” and practicing the words she had learnt (Left, Right, Forward and Back).

Koharu had to say the correct word before moving the mouse in the direction out of the maze.

Not only that, there were many pictures from previous lessons and every time she reached one she had to say what it was.

That was a great way to practice the “How are you?” and “Superhero” lessons.

She directed the mouse from start to finish and got many stickers as a reward.

Now she can give directions in English to anyone!

There are more pictures on Hugo’s Facebook page and VIP members can download the maze pdf below!



Ninja Tip:  And of course you can make up your own maze with spaces to put in your own mini cards to review any theme!


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4 Responses to “Mega Maze Game”

  1. Amye

    This looks so fun! My elementary kids are currently obsessed with mazes! I will definitely be using these! Thanks, Hugo!

  2. Mr.Rainbow

    Your timing is kinda off, I just did the exact same thing with my students 2 weeks ago 😛

    It’s a great way to teach the directions, and putting in previous material like Hugo did is fun practice!
    I changed the content of the maze each time a new kid tried, and we saw how could finish the maze the fastest 😉

    Also try putting in crasy stuff like rock/scissor/paper, actions or teleport 🙂

  3. Margit

    Funny~everyone seems to be on this topic! I did it with blindfolded 5 year olds the ones outside who could see had to say the words and guide the blindfolded kid.

    Thanks Hugo for this great template. This way the kids can even have one in their folder and play at home!

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