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Corking, aka finger knitting, aka using a knitting Nancy, aka knitting with a tower, is a fun way for kids as young as four to develop the fine motor muscles needed for good handwriting. It’s also a great activity to occupy children on long car trips.
The hardest part is getting the Nancy going. (Um… that came out wrong!) Here are some pictures to help you get started:
This feels very similar to “finger weaving” which I used to do in Girl Scouts. The only main difference is that with corking, you end up with more of a hollow tube creation. You can stick pipe cleaners up the yarn to make fun shapes.