Melissa & Doug Deluxe Wood Lacing Sneaker - Learn to Tie a Shoe Educational Toy
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- Practice lacing and tying skills
- Encourage independence and fine motor skills
- 5"H x 3.75"L x 8"W
- Shoe lace included
- 3+ years
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"I can do it myself!" Few things will give your child more satisfaction than mastering shoe lacing and tying skills. This wooden high-top sneaker will make practicing enjoyable and help your child reach this developmental milestone.
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From classic wooden toys to crafts, pretend play, and games, Melissa & Doug products provide a launch pad to ignite imagination and a sense of wonder in all children so they can discover themselves, their passions, and their purpose.
Since the company’s founding more than 25 years ago, Melissa & Doug has consistently delivered innovative products that inspire open-ended thinking, encourage kids to see new possibilities, and offer Countless Ways to Play. It’s part of a bigger vision to Take Back Childhood. Because by giving children a true childhood with the space and freedom to explore their world, we give them a path to realizing their full potential!
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1) it would benefit from a lace that is half one color, and half another, to help the child tell the difference between each side while manipulating the lace to make the bow -- ideally, they would include the single-color lace too, so kids can graduate to it and not become dependent upon the half and half lace. I took a permanent marker to one side of our lace, but let's just say it rubs off even though I used a major name-brand marker, so my kids' hands look like they've been wrapping a kitchen in newsprint when they're done.
2) a non-slip bottom would be helpful.
One note, it is pretty heavy/clunky. I suppose that means its well made, but I couldn't help having paranoid visions of toddler clubbing each other over the head with it... seems like it could hurt...