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Scissoring / Cutting Practice (Soft Copy in PDF)

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Product Info:

  • Scissoring / Cutting Practice (30 pages)
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  • This is a printable product. You need to print it out on your own, after downloading it.


Age: 3yo +

Fun Activities inside:

  • Various scissoring activities to develop fine motor skills

 

Benefits:

  • Improve fine motor skills
  • Improve visual memory
  • Improve concentration & focus span
  • SAFETY FIRST

    Most three and four year olds can begin to learn the skill of cutting.  Very young children may need to practice paper tearing and pasting or gluing first. 

     

    CHOOSING THE SCISSORS - Do not use scissors of poor quality or with sharp points.  Five-inch, blunt nose scissors are best for beginners.  Test the blades for tightness and ease of use.

     

    SCISSOR SAFETY - Teach children how to safely walk with a pair of scissors and how to hand them to someone else. Instruct children to never point, wave or misuse the scissors.

     

    FINGER PLACEMENT - Show children how the thumb goes in one handle hole and the middle finger goes in the other.  The index finger rests under the second handle to provide balance and strength.  One hand provides the open/close movement of the scissors while the other hand holds the paper.  Some children may want to turn their hand awkwardly making it difficult to cut.

     

    FIRST TIME CUTTING - Cut several strips and have children make several cuts anyway they choose.  If necessary, correct each child’s finger placement and motion. Give plenty of praise and encouragement.