U.S. Private Schools Finder

You are here: Home > Step-By-Step Instructions On Tying Shoelaces Bunny Ears Way

Step-By-Step Instructions On Tying Shoelaces Bunny Ears Way

 
Learning to tie shoelaces can produce a sense of accomplishment and pride among young children. Teachers, parents and families begin to teach basic knots using a simple knot and build these skills with a two-looped knot that resembles rabbit ears. While two-looped knot involves more coordination to hold the loops in place, this node follows the same process as a single or start node.

Starting Knot

Starting node serves as the basis for learning to tie shoelaces. The beginnings of knot is also known as a half-hitch or overhand knot. After having been practicing and mastering the starting node, you can customize the process to form other knots.

Hold a lace in each hand and pointing the laces in opposite directions to form a "X "with the right lace in front of the left lace (i.e. the left lace pointing to the right and the right lace pointing towards the left). Wrap the left lace around and below the right string (between the lower leg "X"). Pull both laces each other to flatten the bound threads to the surface and tighten the knot.

Bunny Ears

Fly tying shoelaces using rabbit ears follows the same process as to bind a start node, so add a rabbit ears knot on top of a starting node creates a secure connection that does not loosen easily. When you can bind a start node, expand your skills and easily tie a two-looped knot (bunny ears).

Hold a blonde in one hand and fold it in half to create a loop. Hold the middle of the loop with your thumb and index finger. Create a loop with the second string and hold the middle of the loop with your thumb and index finger, so that each hand hold a loop; both loops held together creates the bunny ears. The right top of each loop in the opposite direction to form a "X "(as in the starting node) with the right loop in front of the left loop. Slide the left loop around and under the right loop (between the lower leg "X"). Pull the upper part of the left rabbit ear through the legs. Hold on to the top of each rabbit ear and drag these loops from each other in order to tighten the knot.

Practice

Teachers and families help children learn how to tie shoelaces using the beginnings of knot and rabbit ears loop knot through a simple story or song. Websites such as A to Z Kids Stuff and Songaah give a collection of songs and stories to the shoelace-tying, such as "Sad Bunny "history of "Teepee Song "and even the more recent SpongeBob SquarePants "Shoe-Tying Song. "Strengthen practice by attaching the laces to the cardboard, so the kids can practice on a flat surface, before bending down to tie their own shoes.
 
bridgat
 

AL | AK | AZ | AR | CA | CO | CT | DC | DE | FL | GA | HI | ID | IL | IN | IA | KS | KY | LA | ME | MD | MA | MI | MN | MS | MO

MT | NE | NV | NH | NJ | NM | NY | NC | ND | OH | OK | OR | PA | RI | SC | SD | TN | TX | UT | VT | VA | WA | WV | WI | WY

Copyright 2018 U.S. Shops Finder All Rights Reserved