Christmas Cookie Lacing Cards

This set of printable Christmas Cookie Lacing Cards are great fine motor practice for Preschool and Kindergarten children. Easy prep and you can place these in your fine motor area.

Christmas Lacing Cards

To make these lacing (or sewing) cards, just print, laminate, and cut. Use a hole puncher to punch holes around the cards on the white dots. Tie a shoe string or any tipped lace to one of the holes for children to lace through the card.

With lacing cards, you need to make them as durable as possible. To make them more durable, I use card stock paper and thick lamination film. Rather than use a school laminator, which has thin lamination film, I use my Scotch Laminator because the film is thicker. These machines and the laminating pockets are very inexpensive and easy-to-use.

Download: Christmas Cookie Lacing Cards

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This set uses graphics licensed by Scrappin Doodles.


  1. Diane says

    These are terrific! My students have really been into lacing cards lately and it will be great to introduce some new ones.

  2. says

    Thank you so much Karen! My kiddos loved these and they were great for fun fine motor practice. Thank you for all the great resources you make available for free on your site, they have been so helpful for me as a first year PreK teacher!

    Fun in PreK-1

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