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    DS was 6 or 7 when he finally got the knack, was hard work though, he would have gone through life with the toggle on his laces if left to him!

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    DD is 5 and has learned how to do it over the past few months. I think DS was 6 when he mastered it.

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    DS1 was about 7. DS2 is 7 and he can't. I doubt he will ever learn though.

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    None of my kids can tie shoelaces. I haven't brought shoes with laces though. Might be good to start teaching them though.

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    My DS has just turned 8 and he only just learned a few months back. Its very tricky.

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    None of my kids can tie laces, they all wear shoes with velcro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpysmurf View Post
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    So anytime in those years? It's a bit vague ha ha! But thanks for the reply

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    So anytime in those years? It's a bit vague ha ha! But thanks for the reply
    Lol! Sorry
    Yeah anywhere there, if it's a struggle leave it awhile and come back to it. I have 4 kids and I think they have all been about 5 when they learnt. 4 is not too early though especially if she is keen to do it

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    I was a Prep teacher for many years and I don't think I came across many 5-6 year old children who could tie their shoes! It's a surprisingly difficult skill! I now teach Grade 1 and there are still many children who can't tie their shoes.


 

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