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Cutting Practice Activities | Scissor Skills Activities | Fine Motor Practice

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Cutting practice is a great way to help primary students develop their scissor skills. By cutting out different shapes and patterns, students can improve their control and precision. Cutting also helps to develop the muscles in the hands and fingers, which is important for writing and other fine motor activities. Best of all, cutting practice is fun!

How Can I Use This?

Cutting practice can also be used to help students develop other fine motor skills, such as handwriting. By providing plenty of opportunities to practice cutting, students can develop the coordination and strength needed to use scissors effectively, and learn how to transfer these skills to other activities.

What Will I Get Today?

- 36 different cutting activities, printed 2 per page

- Cover for photo case box (if you’re using small box activities)

Cutting practice is a great way to help primary students develop their scissor skills. By cutting out simple shapes, students can learn how to hold the scissors correctly and how to make smooth, clean cuts. So whether you're looking to improve scissor skills or just have some fun, cutting practice is a great activity for primary students!

WHAT TEACHERS JUST LIKE YOU ARE SAYING ABOUT THIS RESOURCE!

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Elise says “Great resource and my kiddos have been loving all of the fun and challenging cutting practice sheets now available in our art center!”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Daelyn says “These cutting small box activities are a great way to give my students some extra cutting practice. I just add it in as part of their center rotation once a week.”

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