10 Valentine Maze Printables: Free & Easy Print!

Need some printable Valentine mazes for your classroom, Valentine’s Day party, or other event?

They can be such a fun activity and a fun challenge for kids of all ages!

Below you will find different mazes – designed for all difficulty levels.

All the mazes do have a fun Valentines Day theme, full of hearts, roses, cute animals, love letters, etc.

And best of all, each maze has a silly Valentine pun message that will make any kid giggle!

If you can print them in full color, your kids will love the different shades of pink and red that are so classic for Valentine’s Day.

Speaking of printing, at the bottom of this post, you will find a link that takes you directly to a PDF file to download all the printable mazes in one packet! No email address or other personal information needed 🙂

Check Out Your Free Printable Valentine’s Day Mazes!

Printable Valentine Maze 1

This fun maze will have your student crawling through a maze to help a Valentine gnome find his Be Mine balloons. 

At the bottom of the printable, there is a precious Valentine’s message: “You gnome how to make me smile!”

Printable Valentine Maze 2

Someone who really loves you will definitely know the inside of your heart – so of course, there had to be a heart maze!

Here your kids will see a sweet set of Valentine pandas trying to reach each other through the maze.

At the bottom is another Valentine’s pun message: “I think you’re bamboo-tiful!”

Printable Valentine Maze 3

Oh, it looks like there is a bunny who wants to deliver her Valentine’s Day message!

Have your kid solve this maze to help her do it!

Are there any other creative ways that the maze could be solved?

Is it easier to solve it from the other direction?

Don’t miss the Valentine’s message: “You’re some-bunny special”

Printable Valentine Maze 4

Is the way to someone’s heart really through their stomach?

Have your student go through the letters L-O-V-E to help the sweet dog find her delicious reward – a cupcake with a little heart!

And another engaging Valentine’s message: “You frost my day with joy!”

Printable Valentine Maze 5

This is one of the more simple maze cards. It is guaranteed to be lots of fun for the younger students!

Have them find the shortest way for the owl to deliver her love letter.

What would be the longest way to the letter?

Yet another punny Valentine message that will be sure to get a smile: “Owl always love you!”

****Psst! If your kid loves hearts, check out these heart tracing worksheets!

Printable Valentine Maze 6

If you thought the L-O-V-E maze was too easy, then you will love finding your way through this one!

Start at the top of the /I/ and work your way through the heart and /you/ to get your reward – a beautiful bunch of roses!

Is that the gift that your student would want from a Valentine? What would “speak their language” instead? 

Chocolates? Cupcakes? More mazes?

And don’t forget to tell them: “You’re my bud-dy forever!”

Printable Valentine Maze 7

This little bear seems to have let go of his special Valentine card. 

Can your student go through the maze and bring it back to him?

Remind them that: “You’re beary special!”

Printable Valentine Maze 8

These two cats can’t find their way to each other to exchange their gifts.

Can your kids go through the cat maze and reunite them?

When they’re done, be sure to tell them: “You’re pawsitively awesome!”

Printable Valentine Maze - 9

These sweet penguins are just too much!

Can your kids help reunite these lovebird penguins by conquering the maze? 

Adorable Valentine’s message included: “I think you’re penguin-tastically cool!”

Printable Valentine Maze - 10

This is the last of the free printables, and it’s kind of a fun way to end things.

Your students will have to choose which way they want to enter the maze and find their way to the sweet Valentine puppies!

Which way is faster?

Which way is the longest?

Try them all!

But don’t forget the last Valentine’s message featured at the bottom: “You’re the top dog of my heart!”

Ideas For Using Your AMAZEing Valentines Day Mazes

Valentine mazes on a heart background

1. Activity Sheet

Yes, this would go right along with any coloring pages or other activity pages you have for your homeschool, classroom party, or early finishers. 

Depending on the difficulty level of the page you choose, even older children could spend a good amount of time solving these mazes.

Consider printing them all out and letting your kids choose which one (or more than one!) they want to do. 

2. Printable Valentine’s Day Cards

Maze valentines are a great way to turn out a last minute set of cards, party favors, or small gift for your kids!

If you know how to get creative with the print options on your home printer, you could easily print 4 – 6 mazes on a piece of white cardstock.  

Use a paper cutter for quick, clean cutting – and you’ll have perfect printable cards for your kids to pass out to their friends in no time!

Just have your kids write their names on the back of the card and possibly tape a lollipop or other small candy to it.

If you are going for the non-candy Valentines option then skip the lollipop for sure.

****If using these as printable Valentine cards sounds a bit over your head, download the digital file and take it to a print shop or local office supply store. For a little extra cost, they could help you get it set up. 

Click Here To Download Your Free Valentine’s Day Mazes!

Valentine Maze Printable Pin

Terms of use: This free printable maze packet is for classroom, homeschool, and personal use. Thank you!

I hope you and the students in your life love these free printable Valentines Day mazes!

They were so fun to make and just as much fun to solve.

I hope you enjoy adding them to your Valentine’s Day fun!

If you are looking for other fun Valentine’s Day crafts or activities to add to your celebration, be sure to check out my favorite Valentine’s Day STEM activity below.

It is so simple and easy for kids to do – enjoy!

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Looking for an easy, fun, and inexpensive Valentine's Day STEM activity for your kids? Check out this simple activity that uses only 2 things from Dollar Tree!

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