Some things you may want to try doing at home.
1. Do a LACING CARD
print or draw,
cut along the outline carefully,
laminate or stick to a sturdy board for durability
and punch holes
Use a yarn in a big needle, or anything similar
Use simple shapes to complicated designs depending on skills and interest of the child
2. STRING THOSE TOYS
This book turned toy lacing activity has become a challenge to my daughter since she was 2+. She started with putting in in a few holes but not the whole book in a string. She has the do 'not disturb I'm concentrating' look evertime she does this.
When your child is busy on her task, do not disturb, talk, praise or break her concentration, you loose that moment of developing her problem solving skill.
3. Match it with a BOOK: The Very Hungry Caterpillar
4. STRING THOSE SHOELACES!
Sometimes the simplest activities can do a lot of wonders for a child.