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If your early learner needs practice with scissors, try our free cutting practice worksheets.
Benefits of Using the Cutting Practice Worksheets
Teaching your early learner to use scissors is an important skill with multiple benefits.
- Learning to use scissors helps a child develop focus as he looks at the paper and determines where to cut.
- Scissor skills work and strengthen a child’s hand muscles.
- Using scissors builds fine motor muscles that will be used for other tasks such as handwriting.
- Scissor skills boost two-handed coordination.
- When your student finishes a cutting page, he will develop confidence that he can complete a task.
- You can also use this fine motor activity to help your student learn to think of others. Have your student glue her finished project to a piece of construction paper and give it to a friend or family member.
If your student is brand new to cutting, you may want to try these scissors specially designed to help kids learn a proper cutting motion.
Cutting Practice Worksheets Index
We offer several themed sets of cutting pages. Browse the list below to choose a set that will interest your student.
- Airplane Cutting Practice Pages
- Bear Cutting Practice Pages
- Bird Cutting Practice Pages
- Bugs Cutting Practice Pages
- Christmas Cutting Practice Pages
- Farm Animal Cutting Practice Pages
- Forest Animal Cutting Practice Pages
- Garden Cutting Practice Pages
- Penguin Cutting Practice Pages
- St. Patrick’s Day Cutting Practice Pages
- Zoo Animal Cutting Practice Pages
More Scissor Skill Activities
Is your student ready for a bigger challenge? Try our fine motor and visual discrimination activities.
- Build a Bug Activity Pages
- Build a Monster Activity Pages
- Build a Snowman Activity Pages
- Build a Cupcake Activity Pages
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