Happy Thanksgiving! With the kids out of school next week, I wanted to share with you these free Thanksgiving Lacing Cards for your kids to stay busy while you are preparing for the festivities.
- Hole Punch
I Love Pumpkin and Happy Thanksgiving Day Pie
Happy Thanksgiving Leaf and Happy Turkey Day
Happy Thanksgiving Leaf and Grateful Apple
Give Thanks Hat and Thankful Corn
Sweeter Than Pumpkin Pie and Blessed Acorn
Happy Thanksgiving Pear and Thank You For Everything Leaf
Thank You Feather and Thankful for You Carrot
Happy Thanksgiving Mushroom and Gobble til you Wooble Turkey
- Print the Free Thanksgiving Lacing Cards (see link below).
- Cut out each one of the lacing cards. Get your parents to help you if needed.
- With a Marker, such as a sharpie (aff link), carefully trace the lacing cards onto a piece of cardboard.
- Cut out the image on the cardboard. Do get your parent’s help because the cardboard is a bit harder to cut out.
- Glue the printable onto the matching cardboard piece.
- Allow it to dry for 15 min.
- Then using a hole punch, punch out all of the holes being careful not to cut it too close to the edge.
- Get your yarn and lace each one of the cards.
Download and Print These Free Thanksgiving Lacing Cards
It is hard to believe that Thanksgiving is next week. This year has flown by so quickly. I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving with family and friends.
11 thoughts on “Free Thanksgiving Lacing Cards”
I have never done this. Sadly, my little is too little yet to play with scissors.
I’ll have to make these for my granddaughters when are a little bit older. I always thought that lacing cards were fun when I was a kid.
My oldest granddaughter would love these. It would help her small motor skills.
This is so cool! I know it would help to keep the kids busy on Thanksgiving.
I love these! I remember doing them when I was little. I will have to print some of these out for my kids.
These are so cute! Lacing cards are so great for fine motor skill practice.
What a nice way to e enjoy Thanksgiving and to do something nice like a card for someone you care!
I think I really need to try this! I’ve never done this before my kids are going to love this for sure!
This looks like it would be fun to play around with during Thanksgiving.
This brings back so many memories from my childhood. My mom used to buy me lacing activities and I forgot all about them until now. My little cousins will enjoy these. Thanks for sharing these with us.
I remember lacing cards from my childhood! This looks like a lot of fun and is a great way to get kids using their hand-eye coordination.