We have been working on shapes again. We love having different ways to work on them. These shape lacing printables are to help out with that learning plus get a little fine motor in as well.
This is an easy activity for Tot to kindergarten.
On each page, you are going to find 2 to 3 shapes. Each of the shapes has its name on it and the holes for you to punch. These are meant to be easy to use without too many complications.
We laminate our lacing cards to help them last longer. We are using rexlace to lace the cards. I use a small wood bead or pony bead at the end of the rexlace so it does not just go right through. You can also switch this up and use ribbon as well. I put tape at the end of the ribbons to make it fun.
Another fun activity that we do with these cards is, use clothespins and cover all the holes. This is great for building fine motor skills a different way.
What you will find in these printables:
- 5 pages of printables
- The following shapes: circle, square, retangle, oval, diamond, crescent, star, triangle, heart, hexagon, parallelogram, and octagon
- Holes on the shapes to punch out
Here are some of our favorite shape books:
Check out these other shape printables on 3 Dinosaurs:
Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com