Are you looking for an engaging and creative way to help your child homeschool? These Heart Lacing Cards are just the thing! Each card has vibrant colors and cute heart photos. With these lacing cards, your kids will surely find something interesting to practice their fine motor skills while having fun.
If you love this activity, check out more from my bigger list of Valentine’s Day Printables for Kids!
Your kids will love learning new concepts through these cute lacing cards that promote hand-eye coordination and help them become better problem solvers in a playful manner. They won’t even consider it homework!
Check out my selection of lacing cards now! Just download the printable, print it out, and start lacing!
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What age are lacing cards for?
Lacing cards are an activity enjoyed by both homeschoolers and those in traditional classrooms. Designed for children between the ages of 3 and 6, they provide a fun yet educational way to benefit fine motor skills.
Lacing activities enhance pincer grasp techniques, which is important for contributing to future writing abilities. Plus, their intricate designs often help to sharpen focus in young learners.
All in all, lacing cards offer kids a great way to make learning fun!
Recommended Valentine’s Day Books
Bring more excitement to the season with these Valentine’s books for little kids. You will love these great stories about hearts, love, or Valentine’s Day.
Fun Valentine’s Day Activities You Can Also Try
This activity is always a hit. How long will it take for the hearts to melt away? Who will guess correctly? This is a fun activity to help with critical thinking skills as well as observation skills, too!
More slime, please! It never fails that we forget to put a lid on our slime or just realize that with more kids, we need more slime. This is why I have a few slime recipes for the kids! They’re different slimes and so much fun!
Show the kids some “magic” with this fun experiment using conservation hearts. While most times these get eaten and gobbled up quickly in our house, the kids do love saving a few for this fun activity.
Heart Lacing Cards Supplies
Lace It Up! Bead Laces (Dozen) – 12 Pieces – Educational and Learning Activities for KidsAccent Opaque White 8.5” x 11” Cardstock Paper, 65lb, 176gsm – 250 Sheets (1 Ream) – Premium Medium Weight Smooth Cardstock, Printer Paper for Invitations, Menus, Business Cards – 188560R3 Pieces Handheld Hole Paper Punch Metal Single Hole Paper Punch Punchers with Soft Grip and 0.25 Inch Circle 0.2 Inch Star 0.22 Inch Heart Holes for DIY Craft Tags Clothing Ticket Scrapbook Tool
I have the HP printer 8710 but it’s not available anymore. It’s still running well for years now. Look for another HP Instant Ink-ready printer so that you can use their program to send you ink cartridges whenever your printer gets low on ink.
Recommended Valentine’s Day Activity Kits
Practice addition skills up to 20 with these fun Valentine’s day color by number addition worksheets. This is a fun way to add math to your school day without boring math worksheets. Instead, figure out what picture will unfold after you color in each space.
Do you see how fun this activity is? Now it’s time to grab these printables and let your little one enjoy the benefits of these heart lacing cards!
Download the Heart Lacing Cards below
Print out these heart lacing cards to have a Valentine’s Day-themed fine motor activity to go for your little ones.
More Valentine’s Day Activities
Looking for some good reads about Valentine’s Day? These heart-filled books about love and friendship are perfect for your little one!
Check out this Valentine’s Day-themed reading list for Kindergarteners! Great choices for early readers!
Valentines Pack from 3 Dinosaurs
Valentine’s Day oobleck Recipe by Steam Powered Family