Tuesday 01st May, 2019
World Labyrinth Day in Schools
World Labyrinth Day is always the first Saturday in May.
Therefore, typically World Labyrinth Day in Schools is celebrated on the Friday prior.
The Australian Labyrinth Network has some excellent resources available.
I wanted to use this post to showcase those resources.
This is an Australian initiative, so it’s really exciting!
Even if you are not celebrating World Labyrinth Day in a School setting, I really encourage you to have a look at the various links.
There is even some printable finger labyrinths!
For more general information, check out my other labyrinth posts 🙂
If you are local, there are a number of links to Melbourne Labyrinths there.
I also plan to do another post before the end of the week detailing some of the local walks that are planned around Melbourne and Victoria.
So if you know of one, or you are planning one yourself, let me know in the comments!
AN INTRODUCTION TO LABYRINTHS
An Introduction to Labyrinths – workshop for teachers.
Labyrinths: Where from and Where to? – a self-guided inquiry for teachers.
About labyrinths – useful links.
Labyrinth transition lesson plan
Stepping out together – new term/ year.
LABYRINTH – DRAWING AND MAKING
3-circuit labyrinth with directions
7-circuit labyrinth with directions
7-circuit labyrinth seed pattern worksheet
Finger labyrinth – material or wool
Finger labyrinth – crochet, quilted
Labyrinths Matter – Newsletter 2015 Summer
Youtube links for finger and floor labyrinths
Labyrinth with lines made of questions – a Moral Labyrinth
WALKING AND USING LABYRINTHS
Finger labyrinth – Walk for Peace – tree shape
Labyrinths Matter Newsletter 2016
Using a labyrinth on Professional Development days
Cross Curiculum priorities – links
Stepping out together – starting a new term / year.
Labyrinths Matter newsletter 2016