Just 30 years ago, kids were able to tie their shoelaces by the age of four.
Reports from as early as 2013 show that kids of newer generations have not been given the opportunity to learn how to tie shoelaces before the age of six. Many parents have instead been purchasing velcro and slip-on shoes to avoid the hassle.
Learning to tie shoelaces, however, is an important part of any child's cognitive development. It is practice, repetition, patience, and mastery of fine motor skills combined into one task.
This wooden shoelace toy is the perfect way to give your children an early start to learning how to tie their shoelaces. Make sure they don't miss this important developmental milestone!
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very bright wooden sneakers and lace, neatly painted, made perfectly, all according to the description, the goods are satisfied, with the seller did not communicate, the main thing is that the child is delighted
Perfect great for my little one to start to learn how to tie shoes!
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