Lacing activities for todders
Sewing exercises or ( lacing activities ) is one of the most important parts of the Montessori practical life activities.With the acquisition of this skill, a child will be prepared to become by self-sufficient and will be a person more self-confident. Sewing activities are also a very useful activity in terms of hand-eye coordination, fine motor development, attention and concentration development.
In the initial phase, a large wooden / plastic needle should be chosen which the child can easily grasp and does not harm himself. With this needle, yarn should be pass from pre-formed holes, then sewing figures should be shown. In this phase, large button sewing exercises can also be done. A sewing needle may be given to a child who gains practicality in this regard.
In this activity, which requires progress in stages, it should not be in a hurry and should not be passed until one stage is completed. Sewing techniques can also be taught to the child who develops sewing.
+ 3 years
The Development of Fine Motor Skills
Development of Practical Life Skills
Attention and Concentration