Princess Lacing Cards
So I’ve had a lot of fun creating theme worksheets and printable lacing cards with dinos and animals but now it’s time to get a bit girly.
I created a set of princess lacing cards and yes I will say these are for girls because they are super pink. I think that they’re super adorable, too!
I have 2 boys and out last child is a girl so I now have someone to dress in super girly outfits. Too bad she’s a tom boy and won’t let me put her hair in headbands or fun pig tails.
These were so cute so I’m having a lot of fun with this pink theme, which is my favorite color. Keep a lookout for some more girly printables.
If you are looking for more fun activities, check my list of Princess Activities for Kids.
Preschoolers will love this pink themed lacing cards that are perfect for practicing their fine motor skills. It’s also great for independent learning and letting them take over and create on their own. They’ll love being able to start a project and be able to finish it as well. The perfect activity for kids to sit down and have fun while using their hand-eye coordination.
It can be a hard skill to tackle but doing it in a fun princess theme can make it seem a lot more fun. The more that they work at this, the better that they’re going to get! This is another huge positive of this activity – the kids can use it over and over again!
Make sure to check out my DIY Princess Wand Craft for another fun activity for the kids.
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Princess Lacing Cards Supplies
All you need are the following supplies to get started. These are great to have on hand for the rest of my fun crafts and activities, too!
- Printer (I love this one!)
- Paper or cardstock
- One hole punch
Print out your lacing cards onto paper or cardstock, if you have a laminator, you don’t need the cardstock. Then laminate it and use the hole puncher to punch holes into your lacing cards.
If you don’t have a laminator, print it on cardstock and cover it with contact paper. Once you laminate these cards, you don’t have to worry about them tearing, ripping, or anything. This is a great way for them to not have to worry about tearing the lacing cards and to be able to use them over and over again. This also means that you’ll just have to print them once and be done with it, too!
AmazonBasics Thermal Laminator MachineScotch Thermal Laminator Combo Pack, Includes 20 Letter-Size Laminating Pouches, Holds Sheets up to 8.5Scotch Thermal Laminating Pouches, 8.9 x 11.4 -Inches, 3 mil thick, 100-Pack (TP3854-100)
Recommended Princess Books for Kids
My daughter is now seven and still loves all things princesses. Of course we’ve seen Frozen a million times but it’s also important to go outside of the Disney princesses and read about other types of princesses too.
There are so many great princess books as well that are awesome for kids. The best part about princess books is that each one tells a story. Each one is unique and fun and the perfect way to get the kids to set down and enjoy reading. The more that they can read, the better!
These are just a few of our recommended books and I know that there are so many more! Why limit the choices when you don’t have to? My simple book hack is that I buy a few and then keep rotating out ones from the library. We love the library because it’s such a great resource for the kids to be able to get their hands on a wide variety of amazing books.
The Paper Bag PrincessDo Princesses Wear Hiking Boots?The Princess and the Pea (Little Golden Book)Let’s Pretend: My Princess Castle Sticker Activity Book: Over 350 StickersPrincess for a Day: A book about kindnessGoodnight Princess: The Perfect Bedtime Book! (Goodnight Series)
If you’re looking for great books for your kindergartener, have a look at this list of Princess Books for Kindergarten.
While princesses are magical, I want her to know about real-life princesses too who don’t always look the part. It’s what’s inside that makes you one, not what’s on the outward appearance.
This activity can lead into so many great conversations with the kids. Talk to them about what a princess is and then have fun naming all the princesses as well. This is a fun way to talk, plan, and have a great conversation that everyone will enjoy having.
You can even end the conversation by watching a fun princess movie or two! There are endless options when it comes to princess fun!
Download your Princess lacing cards PDF below
These lacing cards are great and the kids are going to love them. Use them for a fun activity or just as a cute surprise for the kids.
More Lacing Cards
You can also find download my other lacing cards as well. Once the kids start using lacing cards, they’re going to ask for more. The following are some more great lacing cards that are easy to print and get ready. These are perfect for the kids to have even more activities that are similar.
Perfect for dinosaur fans!
Pair this up with a fun sea adventure and water animal learning. The kids will have a blast!
Planning a trip to the beach? Or looking forward to learning about the ocean? These lacing cards are awesome to help with that!
More Princess Activities
Make sure to pair in some more princess learning, too! The following activities are a lot of fun for the kids to learn about princesses as well. The more that they can do the same type of activities, the better!
They’re going to love having even more princess activities to do and the following ones are great! All are free and fun to use!
Princess Counting Cards and Puzzles
Cute! My daughter would love these!
So cute! My oldest daughter didn’t like me to put her hair in tails either…but some of that has changed now. : ) thx for linking up these lacing cards at the thoughtful spot!
I have a little princess at home that would love these!