Collection: Threading, Lacing & Magnets

Our range of Lacing Toys, Threading Games and Magnets is a fun and creative way to encourage young childrens' fine-motor skills. These are appealing toys with bright colours and "funky" designs.

Lacing toys, threading games, and magnets are wonderful tools for enhancing young children's fine-motor skills while providing an engaging and creative play experience. Let's take a closer look at each of these toys and how they contribute to children's development.

  • Lacing Toys: Lacing toys typically consist of large, brightly colored beads or shapes with holes in them and a string or shoelace-like cord. Children can thread the cord through the holes, creating patterns or designs. This activity helps develop hand-eye coordination, finger dexterity, and concentration. It also promotes cognitive skills, such as recognizing patterns, sequencing, and problem-solving.
  • Threading Games: Threading games involve threading strings or laces through holes or pegs to create designs or patterns sometimes with a prompted sequence. These games often come with various shapes, beads, or buttons that children can thread onto the strings. Threading games enhance hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and spatial awareness. They also encourage creativity and imagination as children experiment with different arrangements and sequences.
  • Magnets: Magnetic toys are excellent for fostering fine motor skills and creativity. They typically include various shapes, letters, or numbers with magnets on their backs. Children can use a magnetic wand or their hands to move and position the pieces on a magnetic surface or board. Manipulating the magnets promotes hand strength, finger control, and coordination. Additionally, magnets can introduce basic concepts like shapes, colors, and letters.

Threading Toys, Lacing Toys and Magnet Toys offer visual stimulation with their bright colors and attractive designs, making them visually appealing to children. They also are contemplative efforts allowing children the quite moments to consider their actions. I wrote a bog recently on Toys that Relax that is relevant to this theme.