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Lacing and tying are important skills that need to be mastered for everyday living. This intermediate level task includes two practice boards - one for lacing and one for tying. The boards are equipped with rubber feet to increase stability. Every Life Skills classroom should have at least one!
Lace and Tie
Item#: FMT-204

Task Objective: Practice lacing and tying using a tabletop skid-resistant jig.
Ability Level: Intermediate
Targeted Skills:  view

Lace and Tie Fine Motor Activity
Choke Hazard CHOKE HAZARD (1)
not intended for under 3 years
View Rubric(s): .pdf
Includes:  view
Avg. Time on Task: 5-10 min.
$62.95  $31.95
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