Jungle String Art Pictures
How ideal, a fun art project for Pre-K students that also benefits them developmentally! Jungle String Art Pictures hones in on the small finger muscles that your child will need more and more as the demands of writing increase. Jungle String Art Pictures allows your child to refine his lacing and sewing skills by using yarn to connect the dots of the comical jungle animals. Plus, threading reinforces the spatial concepts of “over” and “under” and increases concentration skills by requiring your child to hold his attention on the task at hand.
Finish the pictures off with glittery foam stickers and watch your child beam. Jungle String Art Pictures includes four sturdy lacing boards, plenty of yarn, glitter stickers, two plastic lacing needles, and instructions.
Manufacturer: Let's Craft
Distributor: Bright Stripes
Manufacturer's Suggested Age Range: 4+
Made In: China
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
review by Laura Noelle
”My daughter has done various lacing and stringing activities in the past, but none have had the end purpose of a piece of finished artwork, so we found that to be a fun motivator.”Read the Review
My little boy is initially excited when we are unboxing, however he loses interest quickly. It is well made and would be great for a child that likes crafts. The yarn smelled like moth balls so that is a little off-putting when I open the box each time.
This is a fun way to develop fine motor skills and comes with fun animals.
This is a fun project and great for fine motor skills. Lacing is a good skill to learn as a pre schooler because it works the hands and the brain. Great for hand eye coordination. It’s also super cute with the animals and glitter!
At first my 4 year old was frustrated but after awhile she got the hang of it. She is excited to give these as gifts to people!!!!
My daughter was annoyed at first but the learning curve was short. She loves arts and crafts so this was definitely right up her alley. Once she got the hang of it she was able to work fairly independently.
One con- the yarn falls off the needle very easily, even when you tie it to the needle. I was able to secure it to the needle so my daughter could work independently by tying three knots in the string to the needle...of course this made it a bit bulky and a little harder to make it through the holes...