An Acorn Maze

I found this little squirrel and acorn maze and thought it was so cute. I know when I was a kid I loved doing mazes. Hmmm, I wonder if that might be part of the reason why I was so attracted to Labyrinths when I discovered them??? I was so fascinated by them that I studied them and took a course to design and facilitate labyrinth walks. Click on the image of the maze below and it will open in a new window and you can then print it out for your kids… or yourself : )

Squirrel and Acorn Maze

Other Acorn and Cool Outdoor Articles:

Acorn Bread Recipe

February: ‘Good Oak’ from A Sand County Almanac

Outdoor Skills: What I Learned While Taking a Wilderness Survival Class

Outdoor Skills: Ash Cakes / ‘Stick Bread’ Recipe

Eat the Weeds: Sauteed Dandelion Greens Recipe

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