I made these dinosaur lacing cards to go along with my other dinosaur printables which will be coming up soon. I have huge dinosaur lovers in my home so I’m working on a dinosaur theme for the next little bit.
It’s super easy to use these printable lacing cards, print them out on card stock or regular paper and then laminate them so they are sturdy. You can then hole punch them and then your child can lace away with them.
My daughter loves working on lacing activities, it’s something that she really has to focus on and she just loves it when she’s finished lacing up a card.
There are one egg and 4 colorful dinosaurs. This is a super easy and frugal activity to put together for your child and they’ll have tons of fun playing with it.
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Dinosaur Lacing Card Supplies
Printing these off is easy! You’ll just need a few simple supplies.
Print the lacing cards out onto cardstock, this will make sure they’are more durable, laminate them or place contact paper on top. Then hole punch them where the holes are to create your own dinosaur lacing cards.
I always recommend that you just go ahead and laminate them. That way they won’t tear or bend and you can use them over and over again. Trust me on that one..it will save you a ton of time by just doing it in the beginning.
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Recommended Dinosaur Books for Kids
Need some dinosaur books to read with our little one? Try one of these. We love to combine reading with our fun learning lessons. Not only does it create more conversation options for us to have but it also creates more opportunities to learn even more!
Here are just a few great dinosaur books that might be a great compliment to this activity. Don’t forget to check out what the library has as well!
NeeNational Geographic Kids Ultimate Dinopedia: The Most Complete Dinosaur Reference EverNational Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Dinosaurs (National Geographic Little Kids First Big Books)The Big Book of DinosaursOh Say Can You Say Di-no-saur?: All About Dinosaurs (Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library)