Is crocheting good for kids?
Crochet will help to sharpen your child’s fine motor skills. It’s a great way to keep fidgety hands busy – avoiding mischief (mostly!) … Kids learning the craft will also get a boost to their reading, maths and problem solving skills. Crochet is calming – so it’s fab for reducing stress, boredom and frustration.
What skills does crochet develop?
Learning to crochet develops and strengthens your child’s fine motor skills as well as their hand-eye coordination. When crocheting, the hook has to go in the right place. You have to wrap the hook a designated amount of times, pull it through the yarn without snagging… The whole process requires fine motor skills!
Why is crochet a life long skill?
Huls calls crocheting a “life skill” because it involves creating art that serves a useful purpose. “Over the years, I’ve made hats, scarves, bags, even stuffed animals,” she said. “Whether I’m crocheting or knitting, I’m using my creativity to make something that I will use for a long time to come.”