Help your child learn his left from his right and keep all his favorite footwear neat in process with a homemade shoe keeper that offers a visual solution to the perennial mystery, "What Foot"
This is great for 2 years and up
4 pieces of decorative paper ( this could be any thing that fits with the decor of the room )
tape/pencil/card stock/scissors/glue stick/clear con-tact paper
1. Lay the paper face down in a row so they overlap slightly, then tape them together.
2. Trace one of your child's shoes onto a piece of card stock. Cut out the shape and use it as a template to cut out 7 more.
3. Using a glue stick, adhere the card stock soles in pairs, to the front of the papers( to make a pair simply flip one sole so the toes face each other) Write left or right on each sole to encourage early word recognition , then cover the entire surface with Con-Tact paper for easy cleanup.