Scissor cutting practice is important for developing the fine motor skills that young children need in order to hold pencils, pens, and crayons. Children should start scissor cutting practice before learning how to write.
About the Scissors cutting skill development you can find in my previous post: Scissors Cutting Practice for Preschoolers. Practice sheets for short and long cuts, you can download here: Scissor Cutting Skills / FREE Easter Printable Worksheet.
After short and long cuts we mastered shape cutting. Where everything that we practice before combines together: short, long, zig-zag and curved cuts.
Download files here:
- Cutting shapes – circle
- Cutting shapes – ellipse
- Cutting shapes – triangle
- Cutting shapes – rectangle
- Cutting shapes – regular polygon