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Saturday, April 11, 2015
Fine Motor Skill : Threading Practice
This "project" is inspired by a mummy in a mummies group.
Paper / Coloured paper
Stickers (tapes or recycle picture from magazines/used books)
(optional) Laminate machine & Laminate pouch
1. Cut out the "base" shapes.
2. Stick stickers or glue any pictures on.
3. Laminate it to make it more durable. If you do not have the machine you can use thicker quality paper or you can also stick paper to a recycle tissue box.
4. Using hole puncher, punch holes all around the "base" shapes.
*Do not leave toddler alone with shoelace, supervise each play session and keep shoelace away from child whenever it's not in use*
My little one loves it.
She have had 2 sessions with it and it's quite fun seeing her tugging at the long shoelace.
I like that it's easy to make and doesn't cost much.
Short entry today.. can't wait to start on my next project/activity. :)