Learning to tie shoes can be frustrating to teach for parents and learn for kids. Typically a child’s fine motor skills are not developed well enough to learn this skill until 4 or 5 years old. With Velcro becoming the norm in kids’ shoes, many are learning even later. The skills your child will need to learn to tie their shoes include some of the following: Bilateral coordination, Hand and finger manipulation and dexterity, Visual motor skills, Visual perception and Hand strength. Adapt-Ease Shoelaces are .4 inch Inches wide so it’s easier for little hands to grab plus they are two toned which means it easier for your child to visually use them.
- Increase fine motor skill, visual perception, visual motor abilities
- Reduce confusion and increase perception
- Bi-manual hand use and hand strength
- Available in many fun color combinations
- Length: 44.5" inches (113cm), width: .4" inches (1.1cm)