This is a perfect lacing card for younger children, who will have fun lacing all around the edges of the simple bauble outline! Print onto card, punch holes evenly around the edges, and lace! You could laminate the activity to make it last longer, or just do it as a "one-off".
Christmas Lacing Cards
These free, printable Christmas Lacing Cards make a fun activity for young children during the holidays. Simply print, cut out, punch holes and give your child a shoelace or some wool to lace up! If you can laminate them, you'll be able to use them again and again. We have 3 lacing cards, and more coming soon.
Here's a bright candy cane lacing card which is sure to appeal to little kids! Just print, cut out and punch holes around the edges ready to lace or sew.
Our Christmas penguin is appropriately dressed for the holidays! Just print, cut out and punch holes around the edges for younger children to sew or lace.
Just print, cut out and punch holes in this cartoon Christmas present for a fun lacing activity for younger kids. Laminate if you wish to reuse.
Here's an adorable Christmas puppy lacing card for your kids to enjoy. Just print, cut out and punch holes evenly around the outer edges. Of course, you can laminate so that you can use repeatedly if you wish.
This lovely snowman makes a fun lacing or sewing card for kids. Just print, cut out carefully (you may want to lose the arms!) and punch holes around the edges.
This colourful Christmas Stocking lacing card is perfectly sized for younger children's hands. Print onto card, cut out, and laminate for extra durability.
This bright and cheerful Christmas Tree lacing card makes a fun lacing or sewing activity for younger children. Laminate for extra strength and if you wish to reuse.
Print this cute gingerbread man lacing card onto card, cut out, laminate and punch holes. Use shoelaces or brightly coloured wool to practice sewing through the holes.
Print this poinsettia lacing card for some lacing or sewing fun with the little ones. Punch holes around the edges and then use a shoelace or wool to thread through. You might want to laminate it for durability too.
Here's a fun printable activity for little ones this Christmas! Print our robin lacing card, punch holes around the edges, and sew or lace. Great for fine motor skills and fun too! Laminate if you wish to reuse.