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Binka with lines or pattern drawn on it.
Wool with one end tied in knot.
This can be an individual or a group presentation.
- Directress takes the tray of materials from the shelf and brings it to the table. (Make sure the Binka is prepared and the knot on one end of the wool is tied earlier).
- Directress takes the wool, hold the unknotted end with the thumb and the index finger, and insert the wool through the needle hole. (Note: the unknotted end can be shaped into a sharp point by pulling it against a wax candle - easiest to put through the needle).
- As soon as a little bit of the wool is through the needle hole, use the thumb and the index finger to pull the wool through the other end for at least 5cm. long.
- Then sew by following the line drawn on the mesh, moving the needle 'up through' and 'down through' the squares.
Control Of Error
The lines drawn on the Binka provide guidelines for the child.
Points Of Interest
- Draw attractive pictures on the Binka.
- Teach different stitches (cross stitches, chain stitch, etc).
- To introduce the child to sewing.
- To develop the child's fine motor control.
- To develop the child's concentration.
- To develop the child's independence.
- To prepare the child for later project work.
Increase the difficulty by having Binkas of larger squares to smaller squares and having a ticker thread (wool to embroidery threads).