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These are directions on how to draw a simple maze. All you need is a pencil and paper.
Draw a square. Erase two wholes in it. I put mine in the corners as shown in the picture. This will be your entrance and exit.
Draw another square inside the first square. Erase more holes in that square. I made 3 holes in mine.
Draw more and more squares inside eachother. Yours should look pretty close to mine, other than the holes.
Now you can draw different shapes inside that square. Erase holes in them too.
Fill those in with squares. Erase holes in those too.
Figure out where you want the only way through the maze to be. I highlighted mine.
Now start drawing lines to close off paths other than the way through.
Finish drawing lines. You may have had to erase some more holes to make the maze more comfusing. Make sure there are no other ways through the maze. I...
If you chose to highlight your route, erase the highlight. You have your very own maze now! Well... What are you waiting for? GO SHOW IT OFF!
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