How to tie rope knots? Good skills of tying a rope can come in handy in many different situations. They say it’s better to know a not and not need it, than need a knot and not know it.
This visual aid shows forty rope knots and the way they can be tied. It is the official equipment of the Boy Scouts of America. However, you can make use of these invaluable techniques when fishing, boating or climbing, too. Knots are frequently used in the household, surgery, search and rescue, and they can also serve as nice decoration.
Teach your students how to tie various useful knots. Develop their motor skills in a fun way! Studying their name is also exciting. Would you believe that there’s a granny knot, running knot, sheepshank, square knot, lark’s head?