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!
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!
-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".
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