Since the beginning of documented civilization, labyrinths and spiral patterns have been found everywhere ancient indigenous people have lived and traveled.
Today labyrinths also appear on the Internet where people meet virtually as well as in the physical world in churches, recreation areas, schools and even prisons.
These labyrinth images are a mixture of actual and traditional labyrinth designs and whimsical designs of our own creation.
Print and "walk" these labyrinths with finger paints, color crayons or markers or use them as guides to create real labyrinths on lawns, driveways, in sand or snow.
One of my favorite childhood games was to use colored chalk to draw a hopscotch spiral onto the driveway to the house.