# Snowman Multiplication Maze

I’m loving this winter multiplication printable – snowman and multiplication! What could be better!

This adorable printable is perfect for multiplication practice and a huge bonus – it can be used over and over again. It’s not a maze with just one answer.

## Snowman and Winter Multiplication Maze

Can you lead the snowman to his hat, arms, and scarf?

It’s pretty simple – just roll two dice and make your way from one end of the maze to the other.

What’s really great about this printable is that it can be used over and over again without having the same answer. You create the maze by the roll of your dice.

## Materials Needed for the Snowman Maze

This is a really simple printable so all you need is:

• Marker (crayon, pencil,, small objects)
• Two dice

## How to Use the Winter Multiplication Maze

This maze is really simple to use (and there are instructions on the download)!

Take your dice and roll them. Then multiply them together.

Color or cover the product on your maze.

Repeat!

Your goal is to create a solid path from the snowman to their belongings. So there might be a bit of strategy involved.

## How to Use the Multiplication Maze with Two People

If you’re looking for a two-person activity, this can definitely be adjusted to be multiplayer.

Just make sure each person has their own color marker (or specific small object to cover the numbers) and have them take turns rolling.

If you use small objects to cover the numbers, one player could ‘bump’ another off of a number.

Feel free to play with the rules to make it work!

## Multiplication Maze Rules

Feel free to amend these rules to work for your kids/students.

I didn’t feel the need to include many rules. But there were a few I knew would be asked.

First, the snowman cannot travel diagonally. Just left and right, up and down.

Second, the snowman can start on any square he touches (in this picture that includes 3, 12, and 8) and can end on any square that his belongings touch (6, 24, 4, 6).

Also, kids can choose any square that matches their product. But once they’ve chosen, that’s it. So if you pick a specific 9-square but later realize a different square would have been better – too late.