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Tying Your Shoelaces Template

PDF | 1 page|Grades: F - Reception

A template to help primary school students learn how to tie their shoelaces.

Use this great hands-on activity with primary school students who need to practice tying their shoelaces.

Print the template on a card or stick it to a thick piece of cardboard. Punch the holes and lace the shoes. Students can then practise tying the shoelaces in a calm and comfortable setting!

This teaching resource could be used as a fast-finisher task, to develop fine motor skills, or even as a mindfulness activity.

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