Here's a fun printable activity for little ones this Easter! Print our bunny 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.
Easter Lacing Cards
Lots NEW! Lacing activities are good in so many different ways, helping children with fine motor skills and concentration - and of course they are just plain fun! We've got a lovely collection of printable Easter lacing cards here. Just print onto card, cut out, laminate if you want / can, and punch holes around the edges.
This carrot lacing card would be great fun for a food topic, or perhaps in combination with one of our rabbit lacing cards!
I love this lacing card and I think the kids will too! It's perfect for spring, Easter or perhaps a farmyard theme - but cute enough to have a go at year round...
This lovely daffodil lacing card is a perfect "extra" activity for spring, St David's Day, Easter ... or any time. Older children could "sew" a design on the daffodil rather than lace around the edges.
Perfect for spring or for a farmyard theme, this pretty duckling lacing card makes a fun lacing or sewing activity for little children. Laminate for extra strength and if you wish to reuse.
Younger children will enjoy lacing around the edges of this Easter bonnet. Of course there is no reason you need to keep this lacing card just for Easter; it would be fun for a clothing topic too.
This lovely Easter bunny makes a fun lacing card activity for younger children. Once the kids have laced around the edges, why not stick some cotton wool on the tail?
This Easter bunny makes a fun lacing card for your youngest children. Just punch holes around the edge and let them "sew" them up...
Simple outlines make this cute little chick a perfect lacing activity for younger kids. Use yellow or orange wool and let the kids "sew" all around the edges. For older children, you could punch holes on the heart-shaped wing for them to outline, too.
This Easter egg lacing card would make an excellent activity for older children. Punch holes with a blunt needle around the details of the flowers and leaves and they can sew through the holes to outline the design - so pretty!
Here's a pretty Easter egg lacing card that can be adapted for different age groups. Your youngest kids can sew around the edges. Older kids could outline features of the design in black wool...
This simple Easter egg design might appeal to younger children, who will enjoy lacing the holes you punch around the edge. Alternatively, punch holes along the wiggly lines, flower outline and dots and get older kids to sew neat running stitch to outline them.