Lacing Card Craft
Hola dearest dedicated mommies 😉
What did you do this weekend with your toddler?
If you don’t have any particular purpose, you could just make lacing card craft with your lil angel >_<
Cheerful boy with his favorite dinosaurs 😉
Lacing projects are a great craft for toddlers to complete anytime.
Lacing teaches hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, basic sewing skills, practice tying knots and bows (shoelaces!).
Print out, laminate fun lacing cards for your toddler. Punch holes around the edge with a single hole punch, then pass out shoe strings/ribbons or yarn and let the fun begin.
Some of our kiddies lacing cards collection 😀
Things You’ll Need:
- wool or ribbon
- single hole punch
- card stock, poster board or construction paper
- We prefer the thicker card stock for lacing projects
- You may allow the children to cut out their card stock shapes with safety scissor (available in the market).
- You also may ask the children to help make holes around their shape (about an inch or two apart).
- Provide the children with a length of wool or ribbon. You can wrap some scotch tape around the end of the wool to make it more like a shoe lace. Have the child thread the wool through the holes.
- Practice tying knots and/or bows to tie off in the center.
Optional: Let the children use glitter, paint or stickers to further decorate their completed project.
Have fun mommies.
Just remember: safety first! 😉
May all the best to you. Amin~