Moooo! This cow lacing card is just calling out to be made. With a nice simple outline it is perfect for children new to lacing. Follow the instructions on the page and create a great activity to hone those fine motor skills.
Farm Animal Lacing Cards
These farm animal lacing cards are great fun for young children. Print our lacing cards onto card and cut out. Laminate if you want them to last then use a hole punch to punch holes evenly around the edges. Lace or sew!
I'm not sure what breed this cow is, but she's certainly cute and the perfect shape for lacing around! Punch as many or as few holes as you like to tailor this activity to your child's level. All you need to know about making it is printed on the sheet.
Print this cute cow face lacing card on to card, cut out, laminate and punch holes around the edge. Give children some wool or shoe laces and ask them to thread through the holes.
Attention dog lovers! This lacing card is for you! Easy to make, this is a great card for older children to try as its more complicated outline provides a bit of a challenge.
This dog lacing card is perfect for younger children, with its nice easy outline! Just print onto card and punch holes evenly around the edges for lacing. Laminate if you like.
Here is the first of 3 colourful dog lacing cards designed especially for younger children. This blue puppy is quick and easy to cut out and prepare, and fun to lace too - and he has a very cute face which is sure to appeal.
This dog lacing card has very simple outlines - making it a fun, quick project to print, cut out (and laminate if you wish) for the kids to lace.
Dogs aren't normally green - but I think that's what makes this lacing card even more fun for younger kids! The edges are quick and simple to cut out, punch and lace.
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.
Lacing is a great introduction to sewing and a fun way to build up hand strength and fine motor control. This duckling face lacing card will delight young children (and adults too). And with its simple outlines, it is a perfect one for beginners...
Print this goat lacing activity out onto card, cut out, and punch holes evenly around the edges for your child to "lace".
Why not give this goose lacing card a go. Punch holes around the outline to make it as easy or difficult as you would like. Follow the instructions on the page and laminate the finished product if you need it to be more hardwearing.
Let your thread take a ride around the outline of this lovely horse lacing card. Tailor the difficulty to suit your child by varying the size and space of the holes. Wool and blunt needles are great for youngsters. Older children can try smaller needles and embroidery thread.
Here's a simple outline of a horse's head which makes a great lacing activity for younger children. Print onto card and punch holes evenly around the edges...
This kitten lacing card has plenty of child appeal! They will love practicing sewing and improving their fine motor skills with our fun printable.
Print out this lovely lamb onto card and cut out carefully. If you want the lacing card to last longer than one go, laminate. Then punch small holes evenly around the edges for your child to sew (or lace).
One of the 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac, this ox lacing card is one of a complete set you can print for your children to practise their lacing skills! Print onto card, punch holes evenly around the edges, and off they go...
This little pig makes a great lacing card, although you might want to chop off the tail for ease of cutting out! You'll find the instructions on the page. Look out for our other farmyard animals too.
Younger children will have fun lacing up this funny pig lacing card - who could resist his cheeky smile! Just print onto card, cut out and punch holes evenly around the edges...
Print out this cute rooster onto card, cut out, then punch holes evenly around the edges for the children to lace or sew. Laminate if you would like to reuse the card.
Perfect for younger children with its simple outlines, this rooster lacing card takes only moments to prepare but is great for fine motor skills - and fun too!
Print out this fun lacing card for younger kids. Cut out, laminate if you wish, then punch holes about 1/2 inch in from the edges. Thread with a shoelace.