These mazes were created by Dan B, who is quite good at making them.  They're not easy, so don't be upset if you can't figure them out.  In fact, if you often get lost walking around the block, or you just can't seem to remember your locker combination, even though it's the same numbers as your birthday, this page is probably much too hard for you.  You should just go back to the "Photos" page and look at the pretty pictures.  If you don't know how to get to the "Photos" page from here, just turn the computer off and go sit in the corner of whatever room you're in now.  If you don't know how to turn the computer off, or you can't find the corner of the room, just sit there and scream at the top of your lungs until someone comes by and helps you.  If you can't remember how to scream, just think of being in social studies class, and, believe me, you'll remember! 

Below you'll find descriptions of the mazes.  Just click on the buttons and print them out.  If you'd like to try making a maze yourself, please do it on blank white paper and trace them over in a dark-colored pen or pencil.  Then, if it's good, I'll scan it and put it on this site.  You'd be famous.  As famous as Dan B. is right now.  (Actually, I've forgotten his last name, but I'm pretty sure he's famous.)

To get a maze, simply right click on the button and select "Save Target As".  The maze will then download to your computer.  This may take a few minutes, as the mazes are pretty big.  Then, when it's saved on your computer, open the maze up in your paint program and print it out.  If you need help doing this, e-mail me or ask me in class.  Good luck, maze-head!