This blindfolded maze game teaches obedience to children. My kids loved playing this game, wanting to try completing the maze over and over again. Teaching through games speaks volumes to kids. The concepts resonate with them because kids learn through play.
Some people are questioning whether obedience is outdated. They don’t want their children being trained like dogs or have them taken advantage of by authority. Here is my response to that concept.
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Blindfolded Maze Game Teaches Obedience
“Blessed rather are those who hear the word of God and obey it.” – Luke 11:28
A loving God and loving parents create rules that benefit us and those around us. Kids do not have as much life experience as adults. To an even greater scale, we have a very small perspective compared to God’s view on life. The blindfold represents us needing a guide. We need to be quiet and really listen to know the instructions. When we listen to the voice leading us, we stay on the right path. In contrast, when we don’t listen or move too rashly, we fall off the path that leads to success in life.
How to play the Blindfolded Maze Game Teaches Obedience
Print out the free printable and cut to size. One person will be giving instructions. The other person will be trying to complete the maze. Blindfold the child who will be attempting the maze within the lines. Manually move their hand to the starting point. Begin giving voice commands to lead them through the maze successfully. As you do this, talk through the main concepts highlighted above.
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