Where Can I Get Some Cool Shoelaces?

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1. My dog keeps biting my pants, shoes and shoelaces. How do I stop him to do this?

sounds like a dog in serious need to chew toys and some kind of mental stimulation

2. are your kids learning how to use smartphones before they can tie their shoelaces?

My son is 3 and is a pro at using my iPhone 4. He's great at Angry Birds and has about 7 apps all his own on there

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3. cleaning converse shoelaces?

Use laundry soap and are wash spray put it in a cup and add warm water and let them sit for a while then take them out and scrub it a little

4. Black or white shoelaces? (image included)?

i would say mix it up one day have both then the next have just black then the next time you wear them wear white shoe laces and so on just mix it up it is boring when it is always the same BTW it encourages you to wear them more because you do not get bored with them as easy

5. does anyone know where i can get a pair of reversible shoelaces for my hi top converses?

I had this problem too and I found that on ebay there was some try the Ebay UK and Ebay USA they will both post to the UK (Ebay UK of course lol) Many best wishes. Good luck fingers crossed for you :) xxx

6. How do I shorten the ends of my shoelaces?

ERRR cut them??

7. What kind of spirit is responsible for untying my shoelaces?

This sounds suspiciously like Solvus Spiritus, an ancient form of sprite that delights in untying shoes. Strangely enough, undoing velcro is not real high on their list so I would recommend going to velcro and seeing if that solves your problem

8. Is this how you feel when you stop to tie your shoelaces, but you're friends just keep going?

Absolutely! But I take my own chair with me! walker! LOL

9. How to make Glow in the Dark Shoelaces?? (HELPPPPPP)?

The glow stick juice will not last long, maybe a couple hours. At walmart they have paint that glows in the dark. Take the shoelaces off of the shoe and paint them, you can just dab it on or fully paint them. You can find that the paint comes in tranculent and colored, have fun!!

10. Do you wear colorful shoelaces? What kind of response do you get?

I was a teen in the '80's, and that's when colorful shoestrings were a thing. Shoes don't come that way as much now, and it doesn't occur to me to change them now- I mostly just wear the shoestrings that come with it. Mostly I'm the only one who notices(I guess). Do you wear colorful shoelaces? What kind of response do you get?

11. What are different ways to wear shoelaces?

there are over 4,000 different ways to lace a shoe with 5 lace holes . the new york times science section had a feature on this . nytimes.com/science

12. at what age did you learn to tie your shoelaces by yourself?

Yesterday. I still use Velcro though, just to be safe

13. How do you make a braided lanyard out of shoelaces?

Check out your local library. Books such as: The arts of the Sailor by Harvey Garrett Smith is a great beginner book. Creative Rope craft by Stuart Grainger is also a great book

14. What do you call those little plastic things on the end of shoelaces?

I dont think theres really a word for it

15. what are those tip things on the ends of shoelaces called?

Close: The plastic or metal sleeves at the end of shoelaces are called Aglets (or "Aiglets")

16. How Can I Wash A Pair Of Shoes And Shoelaces?

well, what i used to do is first take out the shoe laces. Then, grab a toothbrush/toothpaste 2 cups(both filled w/hot water, soap, and bleach)and a small towel. Then, you take the towel and toothbrush and scrub your shoes first with the towel and soap, and then with the toothbrush and toothpaste( i know sounds weird but it works). .. while doing this you should have put the laces in the 2nd cup with the bleach and let them sit in the hot water & bleach all night. wash off the shoes, let dry and whallah!! good luck!

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I started my kids out by teaching them to tie the shoes without actually putting them on their feet. It is easier if they learn without having to work around their knees and if they can put the shoe wherever they like1. are your kids learning how to use smartphones before they can tie their shoelaces?yep. even as the luddite i am, i do not find that terribly surprising or worrisome. a smart phone is pretty simple to operate, and tying shoelaces takes a fairly advanced level of fine motor control.2. Tips To Help & Teach Your Children How To Tie ShoelacesAs a parent, you might ask what age should a child learn to tie their shoes? And what is the best way I can help my child to do that? Let's see how. Why Is It Important to Teach Your Child to Tie His Shoelaces? Tying shoelaces can teach your child important skills like following directions, sorting, sequencing, and planning. When you teach your child how to tie shoelaces properly, you are also helping them learn how to listen and follow given directions. As your child uses their fingers to tie the laces, they will learn dexterity which will help them in holding a pen properly and other such activities in the future. The entire process of putting on a shoe and tying the laces will help them understand sequencing, like for example, the socks go first, followed by the shoe and then the tying of the shoelaces.They will learn to classify and sort objects while listening to you talking like how there are certain shoes for the summer and certain others for the winter. Also, it is one job less for you when you are taking your child outside! How Do Kids Develop their Shoe-Wearing Skills and When Can They Learn to Tie their Shoe Laces? Most children start learning how to tie their shoelaces by the age of six. At 12 months, babies are able to stick out their feet to put a shoe on them. At 2.5 years, many toddlers can somehow wear their shoes with some help At 3.5 years, kids can put their shoes on the right foot and take them off too, including untying the shoelaces. At 6 years, kids can tie and untie their shoelaces by themselves after seeing it demonstrated a few times.Skills that Affect How Children Learn to Tie the Laces Sometimes, our children may not have developed some of the underlying skills that are needed to tie their laces. Let's look at a few skills which they need: Hand-Eye Coordination: The eyes need to guide the hands in tying shoelaces. Catching a ball, neat handwriting and cutting on a line are few skills that require hand-eye coordination. If your child might be having trouble with that, you can do some hand-eye exercises that might help. Fine Motor Skills: If your child seems reluctant with paper-pencil tasks and using scissors to cut paper, then he or she may be struggling with developing fine motor skills.It would be good to work on these skills first so that your child can strengthen his or her hand and finger muscles. Bilateral Coordination Skills: If your kid finds it difficult to get both hands to work together, then tying shoelaces can be hard. Any difficulty with skills like using a knife and fork, fastening buttons, and scissor cutting can be a major clue. Visual Perception: If your kid struggles to see which lace is which and if both seem to merge or overlap around each other, then he or she may have trouble with visual perception. Simply, this means that the brain does not make sense of what the eye sees.Using dual coloured shoelaces or textured shoelaces can help. Tactile Perception: This skill basically helps your child to know what his or her fingers are doing without being able to see what they are doing. Your kid needs to feel how and where the laces overlap and pull them through without really seeing what the fingers are doing. If your kid has poor tactile perception skills, there are many fun activities and solutions to help them with that. Before you teach your child to tie shoelaces, there are a few fun exercises he or she can practice to master visual perception, hand dexterity and finger manipulation, bilateral coordination and the ability to logically think and execute a new motor skill.Take some different beads in hand Ask your child to choose the beads that match the colours of the respective pipe cleaners Tell him or her to now thread the beads through the pipe cleaners Take some cloth pins and rings in different colours. Ask your child to attach the pins on the rings corresponding to their colours Ask your child to paint the hearts in different colours Punch two holes in each heart once the paint is dry Ask your child to thread the hearts together using some yarn Your child can hang the hearts in his or her room. Let's look at a few below which your kid can practice. Put the shoes on the flat ground and spread the laces on each side Make one more knot but keep it very loose. There will be a circle formed by this knot.Hold it in place and let it stay flat. From the front, put one of the laces inside the circle. Keep the string loose but do not let it slide out of the circle. From the back, put the other shoelace inside the circle. Now you have two loops on each side of the knot.Put the shoes on the flat ground and spread the laces on each side Take the laces and make a basic knot by crossing them one over the other and pulling them tight. Keep both sides of the lace over your fingers Keep your right thumb and forefinger under the lace on one side and the left thumb and forefinger over it on the other side. Grab the opposite sides with your fingers and pull tightly to make a knot Put the shoes on the flat ground and spread the laces on each side Take the laces and make a basic knot by crossing them one over the other and pulling them tight. Make a bunny ear loop with one of the strings by grabbing it between your thumb and first two fingers The loop will be small and the rear end long Form another bunny loop with the other shoelace string Cross the loops over each other and bring one from below Put the shoes on the flat ground and spread the laces on each side Take the laces and make a basic knot by crossing them one over the other and pulling them tight. Use your right thumb and forefinger to make a loop with one of the shoelaces with the loose end on the front Use your left thumb and forefinger to make a loop with the other shoelace with the loose end on the back Pass the loose ends through each other's loop. Pull and tighten.Tips to Consider while Teaching Children Tying Shoelaces How to teach children to tie shoelaces? Luckily, we have the below tips: Teach one method at a time. Do not overcrowd their minds. Use cotton flat laces and mark the laces with colours to make it easier. Sit next to your child, not opposite to teach from the same vantage point. The teacher should have the same dominant hand as the child If you want to get your kids Velcro shoes, stick to teaching them how to tie their shoelaces. It's a necessary skill and above all, fun! Also Read: Communication Skills for Kids - Importance and Activities to Improve.3. What is the modern day general consensus of a man born in the 1920s who will not bend down to tie his shoelaces in public but instead gets his secretary to do it for him?Quaint phraseology written out of context for the time and period.A man in the 1920s would have had more respect for a secretary as a woman to have her do something menial like this. There was lots of what was called 'woman's work' that was acceptable but personal tasking and grooming wasnt one of them. It was usually considered crossing the line
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