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Get Those Kids To Tie Their Shoelaces

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Teachers! Here’s something to make your life a little easier. Give the kids who know how to tie their shoelaces some incentive to help teach the ones who don’t.

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Learn To Tie Shoelaces With Boo The Bunny and Farah Fox

Every one who teaches young students knows that helping some kids tie their shoelaces is a never ending daily task.  Here’s something to help with that.

Ask the kids who know how to do it, to help teach the ones who don’t. Let them use these adorable instruction cards to teach the Bunny Method in 8 easy to follow steps. This set includes  a printable “I Did It! – I Can Tie My Shoes” badge.

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Printable I Did It! – I Can Tie My Shoes Badge

This badge is a companion piece to the Boo’s Shoes Learn To Tie Shoelaces Illustrated Instruction Cards and Boo’s Shoes Shoelace Expert Badges.  When a young student finally learns to tie their own shoes, reward them with this cute “I Did It! – I Can Tie My Shoes” badge from the book, Boo’s Shoes—Learn To Tie Shoelaces featuring Boo the Bunny and Farah the Fox By Sybrina Durant with Illustrations by Pumudi Gardiyawasam.

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No Laces! Learn To Tie Shoelaces Encouragement Song

This is a companion piece to the Boo’s Shoes Learn To Tie Shoelaces Illustrated Instruction Cards, Boo’s Shoes Shoelace Expert Badges and Boo’s Shoes “I Did It” Badges.  Every kid loves encouragement and songs are one of the best ways to provide it.  Boo the Bunny doesn’t want to learn to tie his shoelaces but his friend, Farah Fox knows just how to encourage him to try.  Boo and Farah sing a rousing back and forth together that will remind you of duets in some of the great musicals like “Annie Get Your Gun”.

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Shoelace Expert – Teacher’s Assistant Badge

Every one who teaches young students knows that helping some kids tie their shoelaces is a never ending daily task.  Here’s something to help with that.

Ask the kids who know how to do it, to help the ones who don’t. Pass out these adorable badges to your volunteer shoelace-tying assistants. Then, let the others know who to turn to for shoelace-tying help. You will have more time to teach. The assistants will feel good about helping others.  And the kids will make new friends. That’s a win-win for everyone. 

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