Opposites Lacing Card
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1. Download and print activity sheet
3. Cardboard (reuse a cereal box!)
4. Lamination/Clear Contact Paper/Packaging Tape
5. Hole Punch/Craft Knife/Punch/Box Cutter
6. Glue Stick
|Download Printable Sheet|
1. Print lacing card activity sheet.
2. Cut out the lacing card and mount on cardboard.
3. Laminate the lacing card or cover with clear contact paper/packaging tape.
4. Punch holes near each image. (I cut mine out with a box cutter!)
5. Tie a knot at the end of a string to prevent it from being pulled completely through the hole.
6. Child will lace the string through the holes to show the opposites.
|Mount the lacing card activity sheet on cardboard to make it sturdy.|
|I used clear contact paper to provide more protection to my lacing card. After that I punched the holes. On the final version of the activity sheet, I added black circles to help show where to punch.|
|My four year old son said, "I know how to do this Dad. I do this kinda stuff at preschool."|
This activity was based upon the e-book Three Ghost Friends: Learn About Opposites!
Check out the other Three Ghost Friends e-books!
What are toddler busy bags? They are quick activities that can be pulled out when a parent needs a few minutes to keep their toddler busy -- make lunch, go to the bathroom, talk on the phone, or check Pinterest! Keep all the materials in a bag so that they can be set up in a moment's notice or taken with you as a portable activity.