Halloween Lacing Cards

Lacing is a great activity for toddlers and preschoolers to help develop fine motor skills, concentration, and hand-eye coordination. Grab an old shoelace and try out one of these free printable Halloween themed lacing cards!

Free Halloween Lacing Cards including a Mummy, Spiders and web, jack-o-lantern, Frankenstein and a bat!

These 5 free Halloween lacing cards include a mummy, a spider web, a bat, Frankenstein, and a jack-o-lantern. 

We usually like to use lacing cards by lacing around the outside of the image, but for the mummy and spider web I thought it would be fun to lace across the image as shown in the pictures. However, your child is free to lace in whatever pattern they would like!

Materials needed: 
-laminator
-hole puncher
-shoe laces, yarn, ribbon, etc.

Note: For the mummy and spider web we had to use 2 shoelaces since one was not long enough. If you choose to use yarn or ribbon, you can reinforce the ends with tape to form the lacing "needle".

Free Halloween Lacing Cards


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Viviana is a blogging mom to a toddler and a preschooler, sharing ideas and resources for early education. She specializes in unique, hands-on printable activities that are educational, fun and inspire creativity in young minds.

8 comments:

  1. Your Halloween lacing cards are soooo cute!!! Thanks for sharing them with us :)

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  2. You always have such great ideas! Love the mummy and spider-web lacing cards. Can't wait to try them with my son. Best, Sue

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    1. Thanks, my daughter really enjoyed them.

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  3. I'm going to add these to our Halloween craft and activities I have planned for our Friday fun homeschool day tomorrow. Thanks for sharing. These are adorable.

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  4. They are really cute and fantastic for fine motor development. I have featured it on the Kids Co-op

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