Teaching materials are insanely expensive and one of my missions with No Time For Flash Cards is to make learning materials, lesson plans, and share ideas that make teaching young children easier. This little lacing card is an inexpensive way to insert some Christmas spirit into your day while working on fine motor and hand-eye coordination skills. I started making my own lacing cards when I realized they were SO expensive and often had holes so close together it was hard for the children they appealed to successfully complete. I spaced out the holes and lowered the number of holes from most lacing cards to make it more accessible to use with toddlers and preschoolers.
Gather your materials. You need this printable –> click here to print out the angel lacing card, a laminator, scissors, and a hole punch.
Print out the sheet and cut out.
Punch out the holes.
Laminate and trim. Re-punch out the holes. For the middle hole, I folded the angel gently to make the hole.
Tie the lace onto one of the bottom holes and lace.
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For more inexpensive, age-appropriate, and easily adaptable activities for preschoolers check out my printable thematic units!
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Allison McDonald says
Oops – all fixed now!