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Printable lacing cards are super easy to put together and you can change them out with the seasons.
These fun Valentine’s day lacing cards are a great way to bring in some fine motor practice for your kids. It’s a wonderful way to practice hand-eye coordination and you can print them out to make your own lacing cards.
I had some fun winter lacing cards so Valentine’s day lacing cards were next on my list. I made these cute lacing cards that include hearts, cards, a cupcake, a lion, and a zebra. They are super cute and your child will have a great time playing with them.
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Valentine’s Day Lacing Cards
My daughter loves lacing, she’s so fascinated with string. I always ensure that I am closely supervising her play when she’s playing with string because you never know what other uses they will find for it.
Valentine’s day is a great time to show others how much you love them as if you need an excuse because it doesn’t just happen one day of the year. We don’t usually buy into the commercial aspect of Valentine’s day but we want our kids to know what it’s about and why others are celebrating it as well.
Since my children are homeschooled, they don’t get to experience Valentine’s card exchange so we just do it among our own family. It’s a super fun tradition for us and it doesn’t cost us anything except paper or recyclables.
Valentine’s day lacing cards supplies
Just gather up the list of simple supplies to get started. Making these lacing cards is so simple!
Print out the lacing cards onto paper or cardstock, laminate it and then use the hole puncher to punch out holes so your child can thread a piece of string or shoelace through it.
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Recommended Valentine’s Books for Kids
Bring love and joy into your home with these adorable love-themed books your kids will ask you to read over and over again.
Combining reading with lacing is great. I’ll often read to the kids while they’re working on these lacing cards as a fun way to combine two ways of learning. The kid also love to read to me these books so that they can learn even more about this great holiday.
And make certain to sit down and read together as a family. The kids will appreciate and remember these times many years down the road.
Pete the Cat: Valentine’s Day Is CoolDay It Rained HeartsGroggle’s Monster ValentineLove Is: (Illustrated Story Book about Caring for Others, Book About Love for Parents and Children, Rhyming Picture Book)Love from The Very Hungry Caterpillar (The World of Eric Carle)Love Monster
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More lacing cards
If you love this simple lacing card activity, make certain to check out these other options, too. Lacing cards are a great way to work on fine motor skills as well as teaching them the importance of their hand-eye coordination as well.