Lacing cards

Neha Anand
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Lacing cards
1. Develop Fine motor skills before they learn handwriting, in order to have proper pencil grasp and control of a writing instrument2. Learning to recognize alphabets in ones own name

1.Cardboard/ thick chart paper cut out in Alphabet shapes
2.Punching machine to punch holes in the alphabets
3. Colored String or Woollen strings

Step 1: Cut the thick colored chart paper in the shape of the alphabets. Keep the size of the Alphabets 2 inches width and 6 inches length. This size is easy for the child to hold the alphabet in his hand and string it too.

Alphabet Lacing Cards: Children will enjoy lacing these free printable uppercase and lowercase letters. Letter lacing develops fine motor skills and letter recognition at the same time. Great for toddlers and preschoolers! || Gift of Curiosity

 

Step2: Punch holes on the card at equal distance with approx 1 cm apart.

 

 

 

Step3: String into one hole and tie it. Now show the child how to go ahead with putting the string in each hole

Alphabet Lacing Cards: Children will enjoy lacing these free printable uppercase and lowercase letters. Letter lacing develops fine motor skills and letter recognition at the same time. Great for toddlers and preschoolers! || Gift of Curiosity

Step 4: Like this make the student lace all the alphabets that come in his name.He will eventually learn to recognize the letters in his name too.

 

There are many blogs across net where you can read in detail about various lacing and stringing activities. Some links are mentioned in the practice sheet.

 

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Lacing Cards
Article Name
Lacing Cards
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Publisher Name
Eshikshachaupal
http://www.giftofcuriosity.com/alphabet-lacing-cards-101-ways-to-teach-the-alphabet/
http://www.prekinders.com/fine-motor-skills/

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