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Books of the Bible-Word Maze-02

Are you looking for teacher lesson plan resources for books of the Bible? Here is a word maze puzzle that is very similar to a word search puzzle, but the hidden words are linked to create a maze. The maze is created when letter paths are connected. That is why they call them word maze puzzles.

To solve this engaging, downloadable puzzle use these steps:
- first have students review the list of word clues (19 word clues)
- next, locate the circled letter (this is the first letter of one of the word clues)
- then, trace the letter path of the beginning word (remember that the letter path can travel up, down, forwards, backwards or diagonally)
- in this puzzle, the path lines do not cross
- as the letter path of the first word is found, locate the starting letter of the next word and continue tracing its path line (remember path lines can go in all directions BUT do not cross)
- continue this process, until all words are found
- as words are found, cross them off the list to track progress

Other ideas for using puzzles in the classroom include:
- use to introduce topic
- put list of words in reverse alphabetical order
- word clues can be used as writing prompts (use in sentences; story writing; recall events that occurred in that book)
- organize the words into various categories (e.g. person/place/thing)
- foster a collaborative and cooperative classroom by having students work together to solve the puzzle

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We continue to grow! Our collection of Parts of a Plant has been updated and is growing to 76 puzzles. Here is the direct link here: Parts of a Plant. Enjoy!